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Cars > Challenges > “1 wild truck” Vs “#00 noo!”

 

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Danforth, Illinois
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Wilton, California
United States

 

1968 Chevrolet C10 none

“1 wild truck”

2000 Chevrolet Camaro SS

“#00 noo!”

 
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Photo of: 2000 Chevrolet Camaro
 

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About “1 wild truck”

i bought this truck seven yrs ago was a drag truck at one time still have the same motor that in it that i run today sometimes it scares me when i have the urge to get on it.

About “#00 noo!”

soo originally after my 95 z28 i wanted a 6 speed ls1. didnt really care if it was a ss or not, but i ran into my last SS for 5700, it was a auto but i couldnt pass up the deal! eventually i ended up selling the car and bought a 97 tahoe with a 6" lift.. i loved it!(in the mud) but its not the same as a camaro ((i missed the random cruises, long turning on ramps, having random photoshoots, and seeing another f body pass by as we both look at eachothers cars haha.
soo my dad was at his friends tow yard and called me saying they had a red convertible 2000 SS that was a theft recovery up for sale, and asked my dad if we wanted to buy it, because it was going to be put on bid for salvage yards to part it out. so the next day i go to look at it, and when they said theft recovery they meant EVERYTHING was stripped! interior,motor, trans, driveline, all the wiring ((engine harness, computer, etc)) and everything out of the dash was gone.! it was pretty much just a shell on wheels!
so i ended up buying the car and its taken a couple months with arguements, frustration, and new cuss words but finally shes out on the streets. =]

 

Specs for “1 wild truck”

motor is a 383 stroker cam is a 292 with a 501 lift 400 steel crank lunati roller lifters lunati titaneum rods running 2 500 edelbrock carbs jetted up to 550s heads are 202s at the time it was being raced it ran 125mph in the quarter mile. 400 turbo trans with a hurst megastar shifter. running a 373 gear

Specs for “#00 noo!”

45,461 Camaros were built in 2000.
Only 144 were a bright red convertible 6 speed SS

length: 193.5 in.
height: 51.3 in.
width: 74.1 in.
wheelbase: 101.1 in.

motor: 346 ci LS1
trans.: t56

 

Factory Options for “1 wild truck”

nothing factory about it now

Factory Options for “#00 noo!”

2000 camaro SS convertible

-SS package
-hurst shifter
-moldings,color side color-keyed
-acceleration slip regulation
-power steering cooler
-leather seats

 

Mods for “1 wild truck”

int. is done in black velour dash panel and floor console are done in oak. some parts under hood and int. i made from stain steel including spoiler on back color is blackcherry with metel flake basecoat clearcoat wheels are 15in. neptunes by american. tires are 15in. 275rs on all 4 corners. some of the int. and all of the bed inside is done in flames with ac/dc logos on door panals and shot down in flames inside bed.

Mods for “#00 noo!”

slp center mount exhaust
slp air intake
cam
5.3 heads
long tubes

black halo headlights
clear/black corners
18" american racing wheels
4 pt. roll cage

 

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