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Classic Car Studio’s latest project is shaping up to be a hell of a ride!

Hell On Wheels

Scott Lachenauer Jun 17, 2019
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The shop's always busy over at Classic Car Studios (CCS), consistently pumping out primo, grade-A Chevy muscle rides for all of us to ogle over. And once again the boys at CCS are not going to disappoint with their latest big-powered Chevy build. Now, don't let the name throw you off, as this is no Mopar hot rod, it's still 100-percent GM branded, built up and bodacious-ly badass.

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This Pro Touring Bowtie behemoth is one sweet Camaro to say the least, built with the best parts that American bucks could buy, and then stuffed into a needy '69 Camaro fuselage.

The build started off with a used but not so abused Camaro body, which was brought down to its bones for a fresh rebuild from the ground up. Detroit Speed (DSE) handled the suspension duties, adding front and rear coilovers and a rear QUADRALink suspension. Wilwood brakes supply the stopping power and Forgeline wheels add the bling at the corners. For motorvation, a monster Shafiroff 540 big-block was called in for duty and is backed by a TCI Turbo 400. DSE rack-and-pinion steering keeps this ride pointed in the right direction and the company also supplied the front and rear sway bars for extra handling when needed.

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There are plenty of body mods on the exterior, which were covered in a stunning BASF paint. And once again, the crew at CCS have outdone themselves on the interior, bringing in European flavored bucket seats for comfort and a sporty look, and then wrapping the whole cockpit in some soft Relicate leather for a touch of class. Like always, stay tuned for a full feature on this Chevy "Hell Cat" on superchevy.com and in print in the near future.

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Photography by Tim Peeler

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