SEMA fans will recognize this Camaro from the 2013 show where it was featured at the BASF stand. Once the show was over, it became a feature car and a recipient of the Goodguys Builder’s Choice Award in 2015. Now, it can be yours for a cool $300,000.
Don’t let the sticker shock get you, that actually kind of a bargain. There’s over $420,000 invested in the build, and there’s nothing cheap about the car. It has high-end restomod name brand parts, and oozes power from the supercharged LS9 monster. The blown engine makes 638 horsepower and 604 lbs.-ft. of torque, and is backed by a Tremec T-56.
The front suspension is by Detroit Speed, as well as the rear Quadralink setup. It has a power steering rack, and Baer disc brakes on all four corners. BASF painted it in a Carizzma Ruthless Red finish and then hand-laid the carbon fiber roof skin. And what’s a highly customized Camaro without side exhaust?
This car is both beautiful and powerful, but we’re skeptical that the right buyer will come along at that price. You can see this listing here.