Extremely LOUD – Meet This Insane 1976 Chevrolet Camaro on 24″ Forgiatos Wheels
This article is about a pure American icon. We are going deep into this muscle car – 1976 second generation Chevy Camaro. This insane car is rolling on 24 inch Forgiatos wheels. Actually, the front wheels are 22 inch while the rear are 24 inch. Let’s say a few words about this car. The second-generation Chevrolet Camaro was manufactured by Chevrolet between 1970 and 1981. The model was bigger than the first-generation Camaro, it was bigger, wider and longer. The convertible version was no longer available here. It was supposed to be a drivers’ vehicle. The base version of this model was offered with a 4.1-liter V6 engine that generates 155 horsepower.
The most powerful version of the second-generation Chevy Camaro was the Camaro SS. The Camaro SS 396 was equipped with a 6.5-liter L78 V8 engine under the hood. The power output here is 350 horsepower. Back in the time in the dealerships the clients were able to pick up two 454ci engines – LS6 or LS7 7.4-liter V8 big block engines. In the end these engines never made it into production. A special package was available at this time – a Z-28 Special Performance Package with a price of $572.95. An interesting part in the new design was that there were no rear side quarter windows.
The Camaro from the video below is literally insane. It’s like my next car in my wish list. That’s what we call a real bad as$. There is only one thing that could be improved here – the brakes.
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Currently you could see that the brake discs are really too small. It needs disc big brakes all the way around.