Owned by Don and Margrett Miller, this original SS convertible Camaro was used to create an elegant street machine we named Redline. All modifications are fabricated with metal. The bumpers were shortened and tucked into the body. There is a body kit that has been wrapped around the car. It has been notched and given dimension of the front and sides to give it a themed look. The exhaust holes, push button door handles, tail lights, blinkers, gas door, reverse lights, tag holder and hood scoop openings are all a soft rectangle. The taillights, blinkers and reverse lights are red. The headlights are red halos.
Each piece of this car has been modified. The wheels are ADV1 3 piece aluminum race wheels. The underside and inside has been Bedlined. Four link 31 spline 12 bolt strange rear end with coil overs. 13″ wildwood disc brakes. Tubular control arms with coil overs for the front suspension. There are front and rear underneath pans. The exhaust has been tucked into the transmission tunnel. All of the computers are tucked in between the inner and outer wheel wells. The engine bay has its own themed look with angled inner fenders to match the radiator support cover and to match the underside of the hood which is painted ADV1 gun metal to match the wheels. The exterior paint is a PPG Luminous Red a 12 stage paint created in house. All the trim is matte black. LS3 engine and 6 speed automatic transmission. Push button door handles. Two piece custom fabricated billet grille. Steve Holcomb’s, Pro Auto Interiors, black with red stitch cool touch leather interior. One piece full length console, front and rear bucket seats, lighted door panels, and white Dakota digital gauges.
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