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THE CAMARO ROADSTER

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THE CAMARO ROADSTER

 

 

CHROME-WORX ULTRACARS ULTIMATE CAMARO ROADSTER

Special thank you to Scott Taylor for choosing us to assemble one of the baddest roadsters ever done.

We went above on beyond for this project to create something to be remembered.

From and engineering standpoint this car stands out and above the rest. Starting at the base, the Miller car is like a pro-stock/ top sportsman chassis without a roof, a true professional piece of steel with a cynergy camaro body dripping in some of the best work we’ve seen from Todd’s Extreme Paint. Not to mention super trick TI 64 titanium hardware throughout, custom Mark Williams thirdmember with all ceramic bearings, aluminum yoke, and lightened gear set along with Ceramic axle bearings, Micro Blue front wheel bearings. With all the ceramic and titanium this car is “slippery” to say the least. Lean against it and watch it roll across the shop. It’s also equipped with dual drivetrain locations to accommodate big bucks racing and NHRA supergas.

1968 camaro body
Miller chassis
615 all aluminum sr20
FTI carbon dipped level 5 trans
All titanium TI 64 titanium hardware
Weld Delta custom black and white rear wheels
17” RC components custom black and white fronts
Sliding transmission mount for converter changes
Lamb dual rear brakes
Mark Williams all ceramic thirdmember
Mark Williams 300m lightweight axles
Mark Williams titanium drive studs
Mark Williams aluminum lug nuts
Strange struts
Ceramic axles bearings
Micro Blue front wheel bearings
Racepak v-300 with iw3 display
APD Billet carb
Aeromotive a3000 fuel pump
ISP 3 piece bead surround
ISP custom upholstered pour in seat
K&R wiring kit and relay board
K&R z force delay box
K&R dual sided l.e.d. dial board
Msd grid
Dual Braille lithium 16volt batteries
Mickey Thompson Tires
Carbon Fiber wheel tubs
Penske Shocks

This car as every attention to detail given. No stone left unturned. To say we’re excited about it would be a huge understatement. It was a pleasure to work with the owner Scott Taylor, Ray Miller III, and Todd Zeller to create a car that will be remembered for a many years to come.