Unique 700-HP Chevrolet Camaro Is A True 2000s Throwback

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The future of the Chevrolet Camaro as we know it may be uncertain now that General Motors has made it clear that electrification is the way forward for all of its cars. We can expect there to always be an exciting sporty coupe powered by electrification, but it'll be hard to recognize it as a muscle car with the absence of a good old-fashioned V8.

Regardless of what the future may have in store, there is no denying that the Camaro has had one impressive life that is loved and appreciated by many. Signifying this is the expansive custom recreations provided to the model regardless of whether it's a classic 1969 model or a modern top-of-the-range ZL1.

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Back in 2010, Fesler-Moss also had a hand in putting a personal touch on the heritage muscle car and as you can expect, it didn't hold back on turning up the power. This model, which has now been listed by the Motor Car Group for $74,990, is powered by a supercharged LS9 6.2-liter V8 rated to produce 705 horsepower and 680 lb-ft of torque. Adding to its aural presence is a custom exhaust system that has been described to be "WICKED".

The powertrain is barely stock. Fesler turned things up a notch by adding a forged rotating assembly, L92 cylinder heads, a dual fuel pump system, and more. The transmission was reworked by Hughes Performance while B&B got on board to rework the exhaust system. Custom software applied to the engine and transmission was mapped by Fesler.

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Maintaining its composure on the tarmac is a Peddlers Track II suspension kit which includes more effective coilovers, bushings, and swaybars and a two-inch reduction in ride height. Fesler worked with Baer on the 15-inch rotor and six-piston caliper brakes fitted to the front and rear. Traction is enhanced by the Continental ExtremeContact DWS tires mated to a set of striking 22-inch Asanti FS-914 wheels.

Visually, there's no doubt that this Camaro is an unapologetic 2000s car with its custom carbon-fiber body panels sporting a crisp white paint finish with orange racing stripes and dark tint for the sights, reflectors, and windows. The addition of a custom K40 radar detector ensures that this is a true outlaw by nature. It's also no surprise that the interior is dressed for the occasion with its orange houndstooth inserts, flashy touchscreen infotainment system, and conclusive JL Audio speaker system.

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