Chevrolet Camaro by Paul Jr. Designs and Trans American Muscle

21 Oct 2012 2:43 pm | Cars, Chevrolet

Do you guys and girls remember Orange County Choppers? I used to watch the Teutul family every day, but ever since Paul Jr. decided to break away from the OCC brand and founded his own company, I’ve focused my attention on something different. I can’t disagree though with the fact that Paul Jr. is a great designer, as he went away from bike building for a few days and, together with Trans American Muscle, has designed this magnificent Chevrolet Camaro.

The project features a custom hot rod black paint in matte finish and copper with the Paul Jr. Designs emblem imprinted on it. The manufacturers have also added copper numbering badges, aircraft rivets, a brand new set of 22 inch Ritorno Forgiato Wheels and custom door sills, in addition to custom sheet metal paneling.

In terms of performance, Paul Jr. has interfered with the car’s LS3 V8 engine as well. The Camaro has been fitted with a 2.9-liter Whipple supercharger, new exhaust with an X-Pipe and SLP sub-frame connectors. On the other hand, the exact amount of horsepowers added to the car’s output is, sadly, a secret.

This model of Chevrolet Camaro will be built in 77 units, each one being manufactured with an aerospace and aircraft-design theme. The model has already made an appearance at the 2012 Daytona Bike Week, between the 9th and 18th of October, and will reportedly hit Domani Motor Cars as well, as an exclusive model.