1967 Chevrolet Camaro
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Titled Ultimate Sixty Seven, and built by Ultimate Auto of Orlando, Florida, this lust worthy F1 was sent straight to the 2013 SEMA Show where it shared the spotlight with creations from Chip Foose and Troy Trepanier. That spotlight was cast by BASF, who sourced the three rides as eye candy for their massive commercial booth. And this member of that trio was commissioned for a total cost of $420K. Naturally, BASF builds were meant to highlight BASF paints, which, on this custom Chevy, reflects as gorgeous Carizzma Ruthless Red 2-stage. When the show wrapped, the car took the cover of Rides Magazine, became a JL Audio signature car, and won numerous awards and accolades at an array of national shows. And today, it offers one discerning collector the exclusive chance to own some truly one-of-a-kind muscle! Derived from the Corvette C6R racing program, and hand-assembled at GMs Performance Build Center, the cars top-of-the-line LS9 incorporates specialty processes typically seen in competition engines to produce a highly refined and precise driving experience. Behind that mill, a Tremec T56 6-speed spins a carbon fiber driveshaft. That tube powers a proven Detroit Speed QUADRALink, which hangs a beefy sway bar and double-adjustable coil-overs around a tough Ford 9-inch axle. Opposite that QUADRALink, a hydroformed Detroit Speed front-clip makes good use of tubular control arms, two more double-adjustable coil-overs and power rack-and-pinion steering. At the corners of that suspension, Baer 6-piston calipers clamp big drilled and slotted rotors. Exhaust floats through massive, Mandrel-bent pipes, which employ aggressive Borla ProXS mufflers in front of custom, side-exit tips. And power meets the pavement via custom Vellano VKS wheels, which twist 265/30ZR20 Pirelli P Zeros and 355/25ZR21 Pirelli P Zeros. Unique and equally seductive, this SEMAfied Camaro sets the standard for top-of-the-line pony cars! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com today!
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