To add a touch of nostalgia, a pair of ’70s Camaro emblems were painted black and flush-mounted on each of the car’s front fenders. There’s also a matching old-school Camaro emblem mounted on top of the front bumper, letting people know this car has some proud heritage behind it. Both the front and rear bumpers are Street Scene pieces, as are the side skirts that give the Camaro a smooth and aerodynamic appearance. Once all the bodywork was done, the Camaro was covered in several coats of DuPont Autobahn Blue.
Looking at the car from the side, it definitely has a low stance, but sits nicely on top of a set of Falken FK-452 tires that measure P255R30R-22 up front and P295R25-22 at the rear. These extremely low-profile tires are mounted to a set of Forgestar Concave F-14 wheels that are 9 inches wide up front and 101/2 inches wide at the rear. While the wheels may be lightweight, they’re easily stopped from rotating with a set of Baer 6S forged monoblock brake calipers and 15-inch two-piece slotted and drilled rotors.