What have you been doing the past three years? I’m guessing the answer isn’t “build a 1967 Camaro Z/28 clone from more or less scratch for SCCA ProSolo.”
Unless you’re Jason Rhoades.
At exactly three thousand pounds and with three hundred and fifty horsepower at the wheels, Rhoades’ Camaro is very far from the Barrett-Jackson uber-restored boulevard cruisers catching the attention and cash of drywall contractors around the nation. Mr. Rhoades had a very specific purpose in mind when he built it, and the clarity of that purpose shines through the entire build.
It takes a very particular mindset to build, and compete with, something this unique, but I’m glad there are people out there willing to do it.