The screaming orange (Randy says it was actually called yellow) paint is certainly not overshadowed by the Wheel Vintiques 17x8 Rally wheels, '67-style flat caps, or low-profile factory rear spoiler. A basic no-frills street machine, its clean look and subtle updates are two of many reasons why this car wound up in the mag. In addition, it's a brand new car on the street machine scene, as Randy finished it just this past June for the real-world figure of about 12 grand.The screaming orange (Randy says it was actually called yellow) paint is certainly not ove Less is more in the case of this car. A few Z28 emblems are one of the deviations from the seriously bright orange-or is it yellow? The wheels are wrapped with Firestone Firehawk SZ50, P255/45ZR17 tires.Less is more in the case of this car. A few Z28 emblems are one of the deviations from the Big-block power is in the form of a 396 from a '69 Chevelle. The venerable standards make it go, including bits from Edelbrock, Crane, and Comp Cams. The cast-iron heads have stainless 2.19/1.88 valves and cap TRW pistons to produce a 10.25:1 compression. DynoMax headers connect to a TA Performance exhaust system and Flowmaster mufflers. An HEI with a Moroso curve kit provides the fire. A TH400 with a B&M torque converter turns a GM 10-bolt with 3.42:1 gears.Big-block power is in the form of a 396 from a '69 Chevelle. The venerable standards make The '98 CC Summer Cruise in St. Paul, Minnesota, is where we came across Randy Johnson's righteous '70 1/2 Camaro after he drove it from West Bend, Wisconsin. Did we shoot it because it's another Camaro? Not really. The fact that it's a Camaro comes in second to its non-bellybutton tricks like 17-inch Rally wheels and healthy big-block power. We asked Randy, "Hey, can you do a burnout for the camera?" Here's his answer. Cool.The '98 CC Summer Cruise in St. Paul, Minnesota, is where we came across Randy Johnson's r Starting with a car that'd seen some roundy-round racing, Randy had his work cut out for him. Although the budget was basically real world, Randy also has lots of his own labor in the car. Who says you can't build a cool car on a regular guy's budget? And if somebody does, we're glad to see that Randy didn't bother to listen.Starting with a car that'd seen some roundy-round racing, Randy had his work cut out for h By Miles Cook Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!