550hp 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS - reader's car

Rob Kranjc says his '68 Camaro is an ongoing project

1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS

This article on Rob's Camaro SS was originally published in the May 2018 issue of Street Machine magazine

“I’VE had this 1968 SS Camaro for 18 years now; it’s an ongoing project. I purchased it from a guy in Mount Macedon; it had a 350 Chev, four-speed and 12-bolt diff at the time.

Chevrolet Camaro rear

Now it runs a 400ci small-block pushing out around 550hp, with a Scat crank, Icon forged pistons, Scat H-beam rods, Crow hydraulic-roller cam, Edelbrock Victor alloy heads and Yella Terra shaft rockers.

Chevrolet Camaro engine bay

On top is an Edelbrock RPM Air-Gap manifold and 750 Holley carby, with spark coming from an ICE ignition system. A 350 trans with a shift kit and 3500 Dominator stall converter gets the power back to a shortened 12-bolt diff with a Truetrac centre and Moser axles.

chevrolet camaro side

She rides on Air Ride suspension with ShockWaves and a four-link set-up. I’ve got tubular A-arms up front and self-levellers as well.

Chevrolet Camaro interior

The paint is the same as when I purchased it, with just a few touch-ups, and I also redid the interior to original specs. Next will be a self-tuning EFI system and a digital dash.”


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