Camaro to be built from the ground up in just 48 hours

Camaro to be built from the ground up in just 48 hours

RideTech and a team of aftermarket manufacturers teaming to complete 1971 Camaro build in 48 hours at Barrett-Jackson

A special Chevrolet Camaro will be auctioned at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale 2018. But this isn’t any ordinary Camaro. This car won’t just cross the block, it will be built up at the auction, and in just 48 hours, and in front of a live audience.

The 1971 Camaro will be the latest such project led by RideTech. A team of RideTech mechanics will work alongside partners to transform the Camaro into a Pro-Touring car.

Here is a breakdown of the teams and which part of the project each will handle:

Suspension- RideTech, Currie Enterprises and MillerBuilt.

AC- Vintage Air.

Sound System- Kicker

Upholstery- Tracy Weaver at Recovery Room.

Gauges- Classic Instruments.

Summit Racing Equipment will supply miscellaneous parts, tools and supplies.

Lingenfelter is contributing a 6.2-liter LS3 V8 engine with CNC ported aluminum heads and GT11 hydraulic roller camshaft. Take a closer look at the engine in the video above.

For more information about the 48 Hour Camaro, visit RideTech.com.

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  • Louis
    January 10, 2018, 2:56 AM

    Awesome. Expert mechanic with modern tools. All is possible with a build plan and the right parts and tools. Carsiswhatwedo@gmail

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