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Some cars have that one stunning aspect that just sets them apart from the rest. For Jeff Mallozzi's '69 Camaro, we believe it's the House of Kolor Tangelo Pearl, which Jeff says "dances in the sunlight, and the pearl white stripes give it that classic look." The cool-looking rollers are 17-inch Budnik Anvil 5 rims with Nitto tires, while the mill between the rails is a 406ci small-block mated to a Tremec TKO five-speed. A Hotchkis suspension system provides improved handling and just the right rake.
Blue Suede Shoe
'79 z28 camaro
Scotty's second-gen Camaro is one of the cleanest we've seen in a long time; the dark blue hue and factory striping tickle the eyes while custom rollers do an excellent job of enhancing the shine. Motivating the '79 is a built 350 featuring World Products Torquer cylinder heads, a Comp Cams Xtreme Energy flat-tappet camshaft, an Edelbrock Performer Intake, a Holley 600-cfm carb, and Comp Cams Magnum roller rockers. Shifting duties are assigned to a Borg-Warner Super T-10 four-speed, and the standard 3.73:1 rear axle has been changed in favor of a set of highway-friendly 3.42:1 gears.
'62 Chevy II
Ron & Diane Wade
This red-hot Chevy II spins the dyno wheels to record 347 rwhp, breathing through a 383 small-block fitted with an Elgis crank, Ross pistons, Scat rods, AFR 195 heads, and a Comp Cams bumpstick. The Wades' good friend Jeff Crow sprayed the glistening Milano Red paint over the cherry body. The shining rims are Weld Rodlites, 15x5 up front and 15x8 in the rear, which all hold BFG rubber. A 700-R4 connected to a narrowed 9-inch rearend delivers the power to the pavement.