Eat a few Mustangs and Challengers for breakfast with this monstrosity.
Plenty of guys have intimidating-looking Camaros, which really isn’t difficult to accomplish thanks to the aggressive looks of the current and previous generation. But this 2010 Chevrolet Camaro HO35 Edition takes an SS and literally blows it to new heights, backing up those cool and antagonistic looks.
First, the main attraction to this Camaro is the supercharged LS3 V8. This isn’t even your run-of-the-mill blown LS3 because it was both built and dyno-tuned by Hendrick Performance. Maximum output now measures a whopping 500 horsepower, so you’ll blow the doors off the competition and they will most likely be shocked. A performance exhaust system and Hurst short throw shifter round out a solid build.
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With a powertrain like that, you don’t really need to make much more of a statement. But the exterior of this Camaro is aggressive while being strategically restrained, avoiding some of the over-the-top excesses you get with certain builds. Forged aluminum wheels, a tail splitter rear spoiler, Hendrick Performance carbon fiber rear valance, and snake splitter front fascia add a nice edge. HID headlights light up the night and top off those amazing aesthetics.
Just because this is a performance machine doesn’t mean it’s stripped down inside. Black leather upholstery, power moonroof with express open, front seat heaters, OnStar, a Boston Acoustic 9-speaker sound system, satellite radio, Bluetooth, and other factory features make for a really nice experience. There’s also a supplemental gauge package in the center console so you can keep your eye on vitals when pushing this Chevy to the limit.
This particular 2010 Chevrolet SS HO35 commemorates the launch of the brand 75 years earlier. This one is #35 and the plaque mounted to the dash is signed by Rick Hendrick, making it that much more desirable for Chevy fans and collectors. Scoop this one up from GAA Classic Car Auctions.