48 Hour Camaro – Build Overview with Complete Parts List
Final Recap Video from Barrett-Jackson:
RideTech, a leading designer, manufacturer and installer of premium suspension components, partnered with Barrett-Jackson, the World’s Greatest Car Collector Auctions, to bring another exciting 48 Hour Build to the WestWorld in Scottsdale, Ariz. January 13-21, 2018. Together with a team of manufacturers, RideTech upgraded a 1970 Camaro into a Pro-Touring masterpiece over the course of eight 6-hour days. After the build is complete, the 48 Hour Camaro will go on a two-year journey, driving, racing and being shown across the U.S. at national events.
The project includes a Lingenfelter Performance Engineering LS3 engine, Holley Terminator EFI, MSD ignition and Hooker stainless steel headers along with a special Bowler 4L75E transmission featuring Sonnax Level 3 upgrades, and a Pro Torque billet, lock-up converter. The 48 Hour Camaro features Baer brakes, Forgeline wheels, B.F. Goodrich Rival S tires, Vintage Air air conditioning custom Classic Instruments gauges and a Kicker stereo. Recovery Room will be upholstering the interior. The suspension consists of RideTech StrongArm control arms and Tru Turn steering up front with our new “unicradle” design Bolt-On 4-Link rear suspension. The Currie Enterprises Crate 9″ rear end assembly fetures a trick MillerBuilt floater axle conversion. RideTech TQ Series triple adjustable coilovers are used all around. Summit Racing Equipment is providing a wide range of parts during the build process.
This product can expose you to chemicals including Nickel Acetate, Chromium, Lead, Lead Compounds, Nickel (Metallic), Nickel Compounds, Diisonyl Phthalate (DINP) and Toluene which are known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, visit www.P65warnings.ca.gov.