Mileage:3800 M
Engine:5.7L LS1
67 Camaro restomod. This is a great driver as is, and a great foundation for a pro touring car. This has been my pet project for the last 8 years. I built this to have fun, drive anywhere, and not worry about door dings. Fast, reliable, handles very well, feels tight on the road, very comfortable on long drives. Looking to do something else now. I'm including some not-so-flattering pics of bodywork to be upfront. This is a really fun car to drive, gets lots of attention, and has been mostly problem free for about 6 years since I got it back on the road.

Some of what it has:
  • 5.7L LS1 / 4L60E out of a 2000 Trans Am WS6, with about 90k miles, guessing around 400 hp as it sits
  • PCM mounted inside on firewall/trans hump
  • Tanks Inc. fuel tank with Walbro 255, Corvette regulator, and factory style poly lines
  • 4th gen radiator & electric fans
  • Long tube stainless headers
  • Dynomax header-back exhaust
  • Dakota Digital gauges
  • Rebuilt GM tilt column
  • Fully rewired and modernized with blade style fuse box, additional circuits, etc. (American Autowire Classic Update)
  • Retrosound stereo with Bluetooth adaptor
  • Morris 3-point seatbelts
  • Modern 1-piece cut-pile molded carpet
  • TMI molded headliner
  • TMI center console
  • 4th gen front seats
  • Optima battery in the trunk
  • Ford starter solenoid right by the battery
  • B&M Quicksilver shifter
  • IROC steering box
  • New AMD subframe with solid body bushings
  • Global West subframe connectors
  • New floors & seat perches
  • AMD repop quarter panels
  • Tubular control arms
  • KYB shocks all around
  • Hotchkis 1.5” drop leafs
  • A couple boxes of spare parts

What it could use:
  • Some bodywork around the cowl and tulip panels
  • Vintage A/C
  • Strip old $250 MAACO paintjob and repaint as desired
  • Limited slip and maybe gears (I actually like the 2.73’s in there now)
  • Windshield wiper motor & blades/arms (linkage & wiring is there)
  • Install Trans Am headlight door module (I have the module)
  • Holley oil pan (has low hanging LH8 pan now, which has scraped a couple times)