When Raybestos Brakes and Suspension Components set out to plan its 2014 project car build, the guys at Raybestos knew they wanted a car that could do it all – a complete turn-key performance package if you will. Schwartz Performance seemed to be the perfect candidate, so the two companies have decided to build a 1971 Camaro RS – and you have a chance to win it!
Raybestos and Schwartz Performance have set a goal of all-around performance and world-class handling using the Schwartz G-Machine Chassis as the foundation for the build – replacing the original unibody design.
New R-300 performance brake rotors from Raybestos and Element3 pads will help the Camaro come safely to a halt after a Schwartz-built 700-horsepower supercharged LS3 sends it rocketing across the pavement. The Camaro will also be outfitted with a Tremec T-56 Magnum gear box and Moser 9-inch rear.
You can keep tabs on the build at www.RaybestosGarage.com and you can also check it out on the Hot Rod Magazine 2014 Power Tour. PowerBlock and Horsepower TV will also be updating enthusiasts on the build, and you can enter for a chance to make the Camaro your own by visiting www.raybestos.com. Good luck!