Another new Outlaw 10.5 Camaro has emerged

This may be the only time you get to see this view as you may only get to see the tail lights. Photos: Tim Lewis

The racing world has had a treat over the past few weeks with some great new cars popping onto the scenes. From North to South the craftsmanship is amazing as we have seen with the two Corvettes that most recently graced our eyes. K&K Advanced Door Car Technologies has shown off the Corvette of Ron Schlessinger and then Pro Line Racing made their debut with the new Tim Lynch Corvette. But this week we get to take a step back to one of the original musclecar areas with a 1969 Camaro.

Check out YellowBullet for more details on this awesome Outlaw 10.5 Camaro.

One of the most popular guys behind the lens, Tim Lewis, had the opportunity to take some sneak peak shots of this beautiful Camaro that is coming out of  Barney Squires Performance Auto Crafters. Rumor has it that it is even a YellowBullet member that owns the car and will surely be making some noise that the track when it rumbles through the water for the first time. The first generation Camaro is coated with a brilliant burgundy and silver paint scheme which only multiplies just how amazing this car truly is.

Sitting between the frame rails of this state of the art chassis is a big block that has been outfitted with all the go fast goodies. You will see the twin turbochargers first as they peer through the grill at you and then once inside you will find the attention to detail. From the belt drive to the fuel injection setup everything is pure business in the “SS”. We will surely keep you informed as details come about as to just who owns this beautiful ride and when it will make its debut. Just from the grapevine alone there is many more cars that will grace Dragzine in the very near future.

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Matt Ebaugh

While Matt doesn't own any fast cars for himself, he does enjoy shooting photo of heads up doorslammers. Stationed in the northeast, Matt handles a lot of event coverage duties for Dragzine.
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