Under the body, a Global West suspension kit and Viking Performance coil-over shocks have been employed to transmit the Camaro’s grunt to the ground. Power now flows through a Moser 12-bolt rear end with 3.73 gears, which mates to T56 manual.
Inside the cabin, a pearl white cue ball shifter guides that six-speed gearbox, and complements a tastefully unmodified interior, apart from an A-pillar gauge cluster and Corbeau CR1 racing seats.
All told, it’s a very clean build, and befitting its magazine origins, a popular one too. The market for fourth-gens might not be anywhere near that of the first, but if they all looked like Black Betty…well, that might be a different story.