By both the looks & sounds, you could definitely tell this car was no longer stock.
Neither Paul was very forthcoming about the mechanical mods to this aggressive sounding beast. The engine was a 383 (cubic inches) fuel injected motor. Also, the front end had some coilover shocks accompanied by a 3″ drop. That more powerful than stock engine was accompanied by an open manual 5-speed transmission.
Up to date tires & wheels were a serious combination of Hoosiers mounted on Forgeline wheels.
It was good to see 2 different generations of family enjoying the unification of their ride, a good ole Chevy Camero…
Racing Ready has already been witness to the fun competition of parent/child racing rivalry:
- a father & daughter autocrossing a vintage Alfa Romeo racer together
- a father & son competing in 2 different vehicles at the same autocross
- a father & daughter sharing a HPDE event in a “sleeper” Cadillac sedan
It would be good to see more of this family sharing – as the family that races together, stays together!