Chevrolet Camaro G-Code Ringbrothers
By: Fedora Atjeh | Oktober 07, 2017
The muscle car and pony car are awesome American cars that make us salivate, accelerate our pulse and give us goosebumps. You can be more or less purist, but surely this reintepretación that we bring you will awaken some feeling in your interior, and possibly envy. Or good, even lust.
Under the appellation G-code, Ringbrothers has returned to work its magic on an already precious Chevrolet Camaro of 1969. That car that has become a cult object has become an impressive restomod that is not just a face pretty, your cover letter is a huge power that exceeds 1,000 horsepower.
Each piece that makes up this Camaro assembled for the SEMA 2016, although it does not look like it, has been modified in a quite right way to look spectacular. The bumpers have been redesigned to adopt new shapes that do not deviate from the classic but embracing a new sets of spectacular modern lighting.
The front grille has been rebuilt from scratch and the hood is now crafted in carbon fiber. All this covered by a work of blue paint simply impressive with contrasts in white.
Underneath that light hood hides an eight-cylinder LS3 engine in uve that cubicles 6.2 liters at source and offers a power of 430 hp, but its intake has been forced to the extreme by adding a huge Whipper compressor that triggers delivery to 1,013 horses of pure American muscle.
The force is transmitted directly to the rear wheels, like a good pony car, through a six-speed Bowler transmission to burn the tires while breathing through a tailor-made exhaust line exhaled by Flowmaster signed stainless steel tails.
But it's not all brute force in this Camaro, because the mechanics have also been modified to digest such power. The suspensions are run by a Detroit Speed specific design with Afco shocks and the five-spoke forged aluminum lightweight five-spoke HRE Performance wheels inspired by the 1980's Camaro IROC-Z.
The interior has been completely renovated with a full upholstery in handmade brown leather and incorporates modern comforts such as a Vintage Air air conditioning system. Cremita!