1968 Chevy Camaro

After an extensive and over-the-top sweepstakes the previous year when Cherry Bomb gave away their highly publicized project Dodge Charger on national TV, owner Paul Banks knew it was time to outdo himself on the next one. His plan: to team with one of our favorite outfits, Year One, to recreate his own version of the 1968 Camaro, one of the cars largely responsible for the early success of the Cherry Bomb Glasspack brand. Cherry Bomb’s “Disturbing the Peace” 1968 Project Camaro blends today’s radical technology with the ’60s & ’70s.

1968 Chevy CamaroVehicle: 1968 Chevy Camaro

Project Name: Disturbing The Peace ’68 Camaro

Engine: Mast Motorsports

  • GM LSX 427ci V-8
  • 830 hp with 10 pounds of boost and 93 octane

Transmission: American Powertrain

  • Modified Tremec T56 Magnum

Brakes: Baer

  • GP six-piston calipers, 14” discs, front;
  • Four-piston T4 calipers, 13” rotors, rear; Hydratech
  • Hydra Boost assist, Wilwood master cylinder

Wheels: Year One

  • Prototype slot mag, 18×8, front; 18×12 rear

Tires: Nitto

  • 245/40R18 NT555, front;
  • 345/30R18 NT55-R Extreme Drag, rear

Exhaust: Cherry Bomb

  • 4” Glasspack side pipes, 3” dual exhaust,
  • Vortex Mufflers, and custom electronic cutouts
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