Well, to say the least, this Camaro is interesting. It may not be your favorite style, or what you would do to customize a Camaro, but there’s just something about it that’s fascinating. Maybe it’s the impractical sound system, the blinding chrome wrap, the ridiculous ride height, or the 32-inch Forgiato wheels? No, your eyes did not deceive you, those are 32-inch wheels.
With 48 speakers, over 6500 watts of amplifiers, and 5 flat screen TV’s, there is no way this Camaro can be quiet at all; hell, even the chrome vinyl wrap is loud. We’re not quite sure why, but the LS3 that comes in the car was given the blessing of a rather large Kenne Bell roots-style supercharger.
It’s a mystery to us as to why Tampa, Florida tuner shop 813 Customs would want to supercharge the car. Sure it looks pretty, all chromed out to go along with the car and whatnot, but when is the car going to be driven hard enough to see any boost from the supercharger? Who knows – there could be underground donk racing events that we don’t even know about.
You may have also seen this Camaro for sale on eBay back in May through our sister site, StreetMuscleMag. The total cost for the car’s build was around $268,000, while the auction had a reserve price of $120,000, and a starting bid of $30,000.
Honestly, we think it’s just too much on the eyes, not to mention the wallet. With the excessive use of chrome and audio equipment, and oversized wheels, it’s not hard to see why this Camaro didn’t sell. It’s just not what most people want.