The car started as an 80s GT1 Camaro. The car had been banged up a few times and the owner wanted to restore it. It went to a race shop in Allegan, MI. They decided it was best to re-chassis the car with a new Howe chassis and suspension. They ended up replacing almost everything so the car in nearly new. The only thing left from the original car is the front brakes (6 piston AP Racing brakes) and they rebuilt the steering rack. I do have 3 sets of wheels but all the tires are old. The radiator is also used but looks good. Everything else is new. I bought the car from the owner and picked up at the shop.
The chassis was going to be set up for the old GT1 body but I did not buy it with the car . I bought a complete Gen 5 Camaro body kit from Howe with all of the braces, mirrors, lights, decals, windows, Euro wing, radiator shroud, and all bumpers. The main body is just mounted on the car and will need to be fitted. There will need to be some modification to the chassis to mount the newer body. It has the interior tin done but no crush panels. I have a couple of dashboards for it too.
it has a new Winters quick change but does not have QC gears in it. Everything else is there. New Wilwood calipers in the rear. Rear suspension is complete but no shocks (it is set up for coilovers). It has all new wide 5 Howe hubs and bearings. All front suspension is new. All of the suspension is Howe TA2 parts. It also has a rear panhard bar. It does have the pedal assembly with bias adjuster installed with masters and reservoirs. Some of the hard brake lines are installed as well. I do have some old spares from the original car but a lot of it is 30 plus years old. There is a new oil tank in the car as well.
The engine is an 18 degree SBC dry-sump road race engine. It is a 355 inch engine with Bowtie heads block and intake. It is complete, refreshed and dynoed by a race engine shop in PA. I have a full build file for the engine with part numbers and dyno sheet. It makes about 620 hp at like 7200. They went with a little more mild can so it would live longer. It should be capable of 800 or so at 8500 if it had a larger cam but it would surely shorten up the rebuild schedule. It has a rebuilt Weaver 3 stage oil pump. The engine has never been in this car and will need to be fitted with the motor plate. I have the Tilton bellhousing with mounts and throwout bearing. The gearbox is a Saenz 5 speed dog box. I was told that it was freshly rebuilt but I have not verified it. I have a couple of sets of old 18 degree headers that go with it too.
No wiring, no plumbing, no fuel cell, no seat.
The car is certainly a project but it would be hard to put anything like this together in this condition for under 50 or 60k.
Please let me know if you have any questions. I can assist with shipping if needed as well.