1985 Camaro road race / autoX
– Everything works, engine runs great, transmission is healthy.

– 383ci chevy stroker built by Larry’s engine and Marine in Tucson, 2008
– only a handful of races on it.
– Lunati cam grind #VDSC-268
– 1.6 ratio roller rockers
– 9.5:1 compression ratio
– headers and turn downs after mufflers and before rear axle
– Holley carburetor, vacuum secondaries
– MSD distributor, coil, rev limiter
– dual external oil filters and single cooler

– TH-350 Transmission rebuilt by Sharp’s Transmission and auto repair, 2008
– manual valve body
– 2,800 Stall torque converter
– dual transmission fluid coolers

– Safety equipment
– Aluminum racing seats, pair
– head and neck restraints, pair
– 5 point harnesses, pair
– 15 gallon fuel safe fuel cell with sump ( and welded in bars to protect from rear collision)
– on board fire extinguisher, 1 cabin nozzle, 2 engine bay nozzles (plus 1 hand held)
– dual master electrical cut off switches (1 external)
– 6 point roll cage with extensive additional reinforcements

– Chassis features
– carbotech brake pads with ram air ducted front rotors
– vacuum accumulator tank for brake booster
– subframe connectors and transmission reinforcements welded to roll cage
– driveshaft loop
– 3 point strut bar
– caster / camber plates
– aluminum radiator with electric cooling fan
– electric fuel pump with pressure regulator at carburetor
– original camaro wheels with extremely low mileage tires
– 15 x 8 steel wheels for racing (no dings or scuffs) set of 4
– removable front bumper for trailering
– relocated battery to right rear passenger seat
– extra long wheel studs for easy wheel changes
– fiberglass cowl hood, clip on
– Lowered rear suspension with aftermarket springs and ride height adjusters
– Koni shocks and struts.

Scottsdale, Arizona, United States