Camaro Ultimate 67 Concept Goes Back and Forth Into the Future

Modernizing classic cars is nothing new in the tuning industry, but the creative minds at Ultimate Auto, whom you may remember from last year’s Dodge Challenger SRT-8 Widebody tune, went the whole nine yards with the 2013 SEMA Show offering, aptly named “Ultimate 67″.

And yes, it’s based on a first generation 1967 Chevrolet Camaro, but the similarities might as well end there as Ultimate Auto, with the support of a number of aftermarket companies, turned the classic muscle car inside out.

There’s a host of exterior modifications such as the hand fabricated, widened rear fenders, sectioned and recessed bumpers, a modern front valance with LED headlamps, custom grille, carbon fiber spoilers, aprons and skirts, custom Borla exhaust pipes and LED tail lamps.

The body itself is painted in a unique BASF R-M Carizzma “Ruthless Red” finish and comes with hand laid carbon fiber accents, while the car rides on bespoke Vellano VKS wheels size 20-inches at the front and 21-inches at the back, wrapped in Pirelli’s 265/30-20 and 355/25-21 P-Zero ultra-high performance tires respectively.

The interior melds components from the 2013 Camaro with hand fabricated composite panels wrapped in Italian leather, and also features a high-end audio system.

At the heart of the tune and under the futuristic engine compartment cover lies a supercharged GM Performance LS9 V8 paired to a Tremec T-56 transmission.



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