Mid-engined 1968 Camaro: Cam-Aero

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Well, actually it is not right to call it Camaro, cause too few parts are kept original. Warren Prout, the owner, joined Centerline Vehicle Designs to create this mid-engined car. The body was widened and lenghtened, the roof was matched from 1990 Lumina and the hatchback came from Monza. The transaxle is form 1975 Oldsmobile Toronado so as 455 engine which is tuned with Edelbrock intake, Holley carb, custom-made headers. Sold for $35K.

Photos: seller via ebay.com

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