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Pro Street Tri-Five & Pro Touring Camaro

Bowtie Keepers

Bill Klein Feb 22, 2018
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002 1956 Chevy 210 Pro Street Interior 2/6

Brandon Collins roams the streets of Orlando, Florida, in his Pro Street 1956 Chevy 210 sedan. Brandon has owned the Tri-Five for 10 years—since he was 14—and says it’s 90 percent complete. The frame-up build was performed by Brandon, with help from his father and grandfather. The 406 small-block is backed with a Turbo 400 transmission and a Ford 9-inch rearend. This Tri-Five’s Pro Street vibe is confirmed with the big 31x18R15 Mickey Thompson S/R radials out back, rollcage, and monster tach—with shift light—bolted to the dash. Future plans call for a twin-turbo LS engine once the budget allows.

003 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Front Three Quarter 3/6
004 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Rear Three Quarter 4/6
005 Chevrolet Performance LSX376 Engine 5/6

This 1968 Camaro was built by One Way Collision Center (Merrill, WI) for owner Keith Vivereto. For motivation, this Pro Touring build relies on a TCI Engineering IFS, torque arm rear, Ford 9-inch with Truetrac diff, and RideTech double-adjustable shocks all the way around. American Racing Custom Shop 18-inch Rally wheels wear sticky 265/40R18 front and 315/40R18 rear Michelin Pilot Sport S tires. A Chevrolet Performance Connect & Cruise LSX376, that puts out 525 hp, is mated to a 4L70E overdrive trans. Custom body mods include shaved side markers and driprails, along with a set of Detroit Speed mini-tubs. The paint color is Son of a Gun Grey from Axalta. The interior features VHX gauges, Vintage Air A/C, and Custom Autosound Bluetooth radio.

006 1987 Monte Carlo Front 6/6

Sorry, but we don’t have the owner’s name on this one, but we know it can be found on the roads somewhere in Florida. What we have here is a 1987 Monte Carlo LS that has been updated power-wise with a GM Performance Parts 330hp 350 crate engine and TH350 transmission. Further power updates include an EPS manifold, Summit carb, Hedman headers, and 2 1/2-inch exhaust with Thrush mufflers. New paint covers all the original body panels. To claim that 90 percent of the interior is original is a testament to the owner’s passion for the Monte.

Photos courtesy of the owners



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