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Clean, classic bodylines wrapped in a stunning silver paint job—a winning combination in anyone’s book! George installed a set of Hotchkis Sport Suspension lowering springs up front and de-arched the rear leaf springs to give the Z28 a modern stance that’s full of attitude.

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The Camaro’s tidy engine bay is all business! George replaced the factory 305 with a GM Performance Fast Burn 385 crate engine. “It’s got plenty of power and torque and it even comes with a warranty,” says George with a smile!

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It’s easy to see why George is the go-to-guy for custom interior work in Detroit! He incorporated a dual row of aluminum grommets into each seat and repeated the theme on the Camaro’s leather door panels. It’s details like this combined with impeccable craftsmanship that make his interiors really stand out.

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The Grant 457 Club Sport aluminum steering wheel George uses to keep the F-body pointed in the right direction got some extra attention, too.  “I removed the original Z28 logos from door panels reused one to dress up the center hub of the steering wheel,” says George.

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George bought a set of reproduction fender flares because some of the factory plastic trim was starting to show its age. “I just couldn’t get the new flares to look right, so I decided to just rework the originals instead,” he says.

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This second generation Camaro is in first-class condition thanks to George’s perseverance and hard work.  What does the future hold for the F-body? “Well, I’d certainly like to find the time to drive it more often,” replies George with a chuckle. We hear you George, we hear you!

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