This article on Walter's Camaro was first published in the June 2019 issue of Street Machine
"Fortunately the body was in great condition with minimal rust, which at worst required the use of patch panels. This work was completed by Malcolm from Traditional Panel Craft, who also handled the right-hand-drive conversion. Sam Hawkins at Awesam Paintworks then painted the car.
"After receiving some wise counsel from Mitch Larner of WA Performance, I decided to buy an LS3 crate motor, to be backed by a Turbo 400. I shipped it directly to Mitch who had the heads tickled by Nathan Higgins and fitted a lumpy Isky cam.
"Chris then fitted the Detroit Speed front suspension, as well as the Baer brakes, Corvette booster and new custom brake lines. The diff is a 3.55:1 Moser nine-inch. The rear suspension is currently the archaic leaf-spring variety, but there are plans to convert it to a Detroit Speed four-link along with mini-tubs.”