While browsing YouTube for some awesome content to bring to you guys, we came across MPT Performance and its video of this 1968 Camaro, which has an Edelbrock Performance E-Force Supercharged 6.2 liter LS3 V8 swapped into it.
The Camaro in the video is actually owned by one of MPT’s customers, and was at the shop for a custom dyno tune that day. After all was said and done using HP Tuners software, the car put down an impressive 787.7 hp at 6,150 rpm and 812.2 lb-ft of torque at 4,150 rpm.
What we like about this Camaro is that when we say it’s completely custom, we mean from the inside out. The car was actually restored with a lot of aftermarket and OEM parts which include:
- 2013 ZL1 Camaro dashboard and center console
- Ringbrothers sill plates, door handles, hood hinges, strikers, carbon fiber inner fenders, cowl panel, and front and rear spoilers
- Corbeau LG1 seats
- Fesler door panels
- Screaming Performance kick panels
- Detroit Speed suspension
- Callie’s crank
- Oliver rods
- JE pistons
- GM performance ported heads
- Comp Camshaft
- Tremec T-56 transmission
- Wilwood brakes
- Engine built by Central FL Speed and Machine
We have to admit, the owner of this Camaro sure is lucky, as it’s definitely a fast, clean, and beautiful example of what a first generation Camaro should be. What do you guys think?