Rather than grow frustrated with the dusty ‘78 Camaro Type LT and the state it was in, Scott decided to modify it to his liking and turn it into a bonafide Pro Tourer.
Moving from the world of muscle cars into the world of road racers is a shock for many. Lots of back-and-forth ensues regarding the right spring selection, the right amount of swaybar and how to balance front and rear stiffness to help – and, truthfully, it never ends.
This AMC Gremlin is one of the most unique Pro Touring rides ever created.
There are some cars which purport to be road cars that can really hold their own on the racetrack, and there are the bonafide badasses.
With pro touring machines getting more and more popular as time goes on, hot rodders are looking for reasonably-priced approaches to making their Camaro, Chevelle, or Mustang handle the abuse thrown at them by the autocross course of the race track.
In modern day hot rodding, there are two prevalent schools of thought: pro touring and pro street. The question that determines which camp you’ll fall into is this: How extreme should your build be?
This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro is not your average muscle car.