It's a competition attached to the annual SEMA show for those not familiar with the Battle of the Builders event-it celebrates and acknowledges the skills of SEMA vehicle builders. Considering the platform and the fact that the annual Las Vegas show is the world's largest aftermarket show, the best of the best are the builders and cars recognized under this title and this Camaro was the very first to get the recognition. However, the awards don't stop there, the car has also won awards for the Goodguys PPG Dream Car, the Year's Goodguys Street Machine, and Best Chevrolet Sports Car's General Motors Design Award.
So you get the idea, this Camaro is full of prestige, but has it all the goods to back it up? Short response: Absolutely. The core of this builder is a blown LSX 427 cubic-inch engine built by MAST Motorsports which processes around 800-horsepower at the crank. Backing an engine's beast is a TKO five-speed manual transmission, and a full Detroit Speed suspension rolls the car on. Great braking power is absolutely needed with this type of powertrain which comes from upgraded Baer brakes.
The Camaro features lots of one-off details with looks that could kill to bring the appearance together. Bringing the steel body lines and flush mounted windows together is a coat of PPG's Glacier White paint, and a phenomenal striping job.
This car could serve as a show car, track car or one bad street car-due to its well-rounded design, the possibilities are endless.
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