Sneak peak at a one off custom Trans-Am and GTO Concept /Camaro Morph
These are the new 2010/11 Camaro's that have been
completely customized by the tallented gentlemen at OTTO body shop in
Nebraska. Great guys and maybe an even greater pair of cars that bring out
the boy in any real american car lover. Hats off to these guys and there
vision. Ps In the video I guessed and said they base car was a 2008 or 9
Camaro. Its a 2011 come
to find out.
1968 Pontiac Firebird vs 2010 Lingenfelter Trans Am - Generation Gap: Firebirds
Cast your vote here:
In this episode of Generation Gap the guys compare Firebirds: old vs. new.
Davin brought a classic 1968 Pontiac Firebird equipped with a 350-CID V-8
boasting 320 hp. Matt, on the other hand, had a bit of a trick up his
sleeve bringing a 2010 Lingenfelter Performance Engineering Trans Am
modified to the nines to look and perform like a modern Firebird. Its 455
CID and 655 hp are some impressive numbers, but how will it be on the road?
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2010 HPP Pontiac Trans Am at SEMA
Last week, we showed you what happens when Madison Heights, Michigan-based
Heide Performance Products tries to pay homage to the Pontiac Trans Am
using the current Chevrolet Camaro as groundwork. The Trans
Am, specifically, isn't what we'd call pretty, but it's nothing short of
SEMA-spec and we're willing to bet that there are dozens of other Camaro-to-Trans-Am conversion
kits lurking elsewhere on the show floor.
Carlisle All-GM Nationals, 2010
Every year owners and manufacturers treat the locals of Carlisle,
Pennsylvania to a feast of beautifully painted muscular rods from all over
the nation. Although still photos do no justice to these specimens,
they'll give you a glimpse into a few GM legends. These are my top three
picks, two of which came from the Pontiac Pavillion: Trans Am Depot's
Phoenix T/A and one of Lingenfelter Performance Engineering's LPE-T/A
conversions. The third you could own for "$21,900, firm".