This 1969 Chevy Camaro is a collaboration between Marcus Geisler of Auto Image and Lawrence Bryant of Bryant Fabrication and Engineering. The customer (Mike Price, of Dallas) has built some award-winning rides with Auto Image in the past, but this time he wanted something a bit more hard core. And given Bryant’s experience with building cars that have ran everything from Indy to Bonneville, we expect this twin-turbo Camaro to be driven in anger more than just occasionally. The front subframe is from CA Chassisworks, while the rear is an independent unit from Control Freaks. Power will come from the Turn Key LSX 454 with Turbonetics turbos, Spearco intercoolers, and custom-fabbed exhaust manifolds. Backing up this 1,000-plus-horsepower mill will be a massaged Tremec six-speed, while huge Wilwood binders will provide plenty of stopping power. Add it all up and it equates to one badass Camaro—one we can’t wait to see hit the road.