Third-Gen Camaro Concept - February 2011 Camaro Concepts

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Eric Brockmeyer Feb 1, 2011 0 Comment(s)
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I really wanted to try a buildable third-gen Camaro concept. I started looking directly at the IROC-Z styles and realized maybe a simple, plain-body non-IROC would be unique. The idea here is for a no-nonsense performance Camaro without big wings, ground effects, or vents all over the place - just wheels and stance to set the aggressive attitude. A few mods to the front bumper to clean it up and bright orange paint with a hockey stick-style stripe are all she needs. Wheels are large-diameter Minilite-style, similar to what old Trans Am race cars ran on in the late '60s and early '70s.

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Engine choice is up to you, just keep it low profile so the hood can remain un-violated. You can still find these "Plain Jane" Camaros all over the country in decent shape and dirt-cheap. Their style alone gives them a great start as a killer street machine.

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