This Camaro is ready for the road!
It’s not just a clever name, the well-known 48 Hour Camaro is a masterpiece that was built in just two days. Ridetech, with a team of manufacturers and mechanics, this Camaro was outfitted to be one of the most capable protouring builds on the road. Since the build, the 48 Hour Camaro has had quite the journey, pay its racing due, and being shown at events across the nation.
The heart of the 48 Hour Camaro is a Lingenfelter Performance Engineering LS3 engine. This beefy engine gets an assist from a Holley Terminator EFI setup. MSD ignition, and stainless steel headers, to name a few supporting mods. Backing the LS3 is a custom Bowler 4L75E automatic transmission with Sonnax Level 3 upgrades, a lock-up torque converter, and Pro Torque Billet shifter. The drivetrain feeds into an aluminum driveshaft, Currie Enterprises Crate 9-inch rear end assembly features a trick MillerBuilt floater axle conversion and Motive 3.25 gears.
To make it a proper protouring car, the suspension consists of a RideTech StrongArm control arms and Tru Turn steering up front with our new “unicradle” design Bolt-On 4-Link rear suspension. RideTech TQ Series triple adjustable coilovers are used all around, and the car rides on Forgeline wheels, which are wrapped in BF Goodrich Rival S tires. Stopping power come from Baer brakes, and the build also got a Vintage Air air conditioning upgrade, Classic Instruments gauges, and a Kicker stereo.
This iconic build is available for public sale by Leake. There will be zero entry fees. To consign, register to bid, or for more information please contact +1.602.442.3380 or visit leakecar.com. Pre-bidding is also available.
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