Posts Tagged ‘1967 Camaro’

Lightweight Body Parts From Anvil Auto

Friday, February 4th, 2011

Strap yourself in for another installment of Project Flat-Footed. This ’67 Camaro being built at Ironworks Speed & Kustom is destined for high speed autocross and road course action, and our mission is to take you through the build all the way from metal repair and bodywork to chassis and suspension updates, plumbing and wiring all the way to the starting line. In the August issue we walked you through chassis and suspension upgrades from Chris Alston Chassisworks, braking upgrades from Wilwood Engineering, and the installation of the wicked LS7 from GM Performance Parts. (more…)

Pace Maker – The Custom Shop Cranks Out a “Real World” ’67 Camaro

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

Big dollar cars with six figures wrapped up in custom drive trains, metal and paint mods, one-off dashes, and insane interiors are a true sight to see. While these cars are definitely the epitome of pavement-shredding perfection, we certainly have to argue how realistic they are to the enthusiast of average income? It’s cool to dream, but sooner or later the majority of us have to get back to financial reality. (more…)

A 1967 Camaro Built to Turn Heads

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

In the world of all-out performance muscle cars everyone is always impressed with the cars that throw down significant horsepower, sit flat on the tarmac, and scare critters back into hibernation when the bump stick starts spinning and the pipes roar. While these performance-packed and well-detailed machines may impress at the shows or when the fun pedal is planted, there is something to be said for a mild custom muscle car that is built just to cruise. Jim Davis Senior of Lubbock, Texas, is the owner of the 1967 Camaro RS glaring off of these pages and while it may not pack 600 HP and 20s under the fenders, it’s the perfect Sunday driver. (more…)