his all-original RS 4-speed convertible was purchased by the current owner for $57,000 back in 2012. Not quite content with its styling, said owner then invested a further $241,488 in the car - commissioning SEMA Builder Tom Argue Designs to breed a new kind of beast.
Completely stripped down, walnut shell blasted, and fitted with Heidt's front and rear suspension systems alongside a modern drivetrain, the car was then powder coated and painted Viper Blue. It seems no expense was spared on this Camaro. From the custom, one-off Budnick wheels to the black with blue stitching interior, the build utilized an impressive amount of hand made, one of a kind parts; making it a truly unique vehicle. And now it could be yours!
The “timeless body style with the heartbeat of a new Corvette” accelerates to 60 MPH in just 3.7-seconds and covers a quarter-mile in the mid 11s. Naturally, some stopping power is required, and this comes in the form of Wilwood 12-inch disc brakes and four-piston Dynalite aluminum calipers in the front. There's also Corvette C4 calipers in the rear. It may be a speed demon, but the car should stop just as quickly!
A custom-built exhaust, from headers to nicely tucked tips with X-pipe and Magnaflow mufflers, ensures a proper exhaust tone without resonation. After all, you can't have a car looking this good without a guttural exhaust tone.
The builds interior is like new, literally. It’s not just beautiful black leather with blue stitching, but a full custom and modern cabin. Equipped with power everything – alarm, navigation, backup camera, bluetooth and “ice cold a/c.”
There is a lot to get excited about with this Camaro but by far the most astonishing aspect of this car is the price. With about $300,000 invested in the finished product, the Buy it Now price tag of $99,900 gets it delivered to the new owner's door. So, what are you waiting for? Get in there!
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