Brakes: Up front are 14-inch drilled and slotted rotors with Baer six-piston 6P calipers, while out back is a 10.5-inch rotor package. Wheels/Tires: Pulling a decent g number in the corner means sticky rubber and lots of it. Randy opted for a set of 275/35ZR18 front and monster footprint 315/30ZR18 rear Nitto NT01 gumballs mounted on Forgeline 9x18-inch fronts and 11.5x18-inch rears. Interior: Ace Auto Trim in West Bend, Wisconsin, whipped up the black with orange stitching seat covers that complement the Cerullo seats, Grant steering wheel, and Auto Meter Phantom II gauge package. RideTech supplied the stainless steel Tiger Cage safety gear, and Vintage Air makes those Midwest summers bearable. Body: Once the Camaro was back in Randy's hands, he immediately began its reconstruction, pulling the F-body down to bare sheetmetal. Randy did most of the grunt work with help from Jeff Miller and Darrel Whitman, who laid down the PPG orange-and-white paint scheme, and then it was back to Randy's D&Z shop to final fit all the little details. Performance: The Camaro knocked down the top RSE horsepower number with a solid 605-rwhp achievement, and he has seen as much as 623 rwhp. « | 1 | 2 | View Full Article By Jeff Smith Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!