Big block power, modified in the right places, and an undeniably intimidating appearance that draws in crowds while scaring away lesser cars.This restored example is perfect for getting in anytime, firing up the big V8, and being noticed in style!The spring from a horn contact assembly kit is installed....Followed by the terminal end and plastic retaining ferrule....The car will also receive shaved drip rails, flush glass, a carbon hood with a Satin Clear wrap, and a full body wrap in Satin Grey with crimson red touches for a bit of EBMC flair.So far, the car is transforming nicely, sitting on its finished frame, sporting Detroit Speed Engineering mini tubs in the rear and featuring some fantastic fabrication work from the rear spoiler to the center dash modifications.
Of course, with amazing creations like EBMC produces, a customer became interested in the rendering of the car and bought the shell that had been picked up for the project, asking that the first-gen Camaro be built exactly like the rendering for autocross competitions.
This picture of the steering column depicts the location where the terminal for the horn contacts will eventually be inserted. Here are the horn "buttons" that are on each side of the steering wheel.
It's the white plastic "tube" protruding above the column cover..... The horn contact assemblies sit directly beneath them.....
The level of this Camaro’s appeal is black and white, literally.
White paint is a much more subtle and sophisticated color than the Daytona Yellow or Hugger Orange.