Get ready for 1,200-hp Camaro at SEMA!

The upcoming SEMA Show in Las Vegas (November 5-8, 2013) will feature a 1972 Chevrolet Camaro that produces a whopping 1,200 horsepower. The Facebook page of HRE Performance Wheels shows what visitors can expect.

The tuning company teamed up with big names such as Pirelli, Nelson Racing Engines, Pure Vision, and ARP to modify this old Camaro.

A pair of less powerful, yet equally unique, Camaros will be on hand at SEMA, too. The first one is a 1969 Camaro 427 that was originally fitted with the best components of the day, including an iron-block, 427ci engine with a ZL1 camshaft, a 4.56:1 rear axle ratio, and Lakewood traction bars.

The other Camaro is a 1968 model that belongs to actor Tim Allen. It features a 505-horsepower, 427ci V8 engine, steering and suspension by Detroit Speed, as well as Brembo brakes.

Source: Le Blog Auto

Camaro 1972 de 1200 chevaux

Photo: HRE Performance Wheels

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