So, as you may already know, the ultimate road and track racing monster is being created over an extremely short 48 hour time span over at RideTech’s website 48hourcamaro.com. The best part is everyone is invited to watch the entire grueling process, totally and completely live via streaming video. Apparently, their goal is to show us all how “easy” it is to make a full transformation to a car, while also providing us with knowledge and tech information from the manufactures involved. The variety of goals making up their custom Camaro build is also very attention grabbing, and very impressive given their short period of time to work in.

As this is written, lots progress has already been made. Upgrades include a Lingenfelter LS3 V8 power-plant, Muncie 4-speed transmission with a Gear Vendors overdrive, a complete suspension overhaul by RideTech, and an updated interior, including custom A/C by Vintage Air and better seats, too. At 8AM, Monday morning, RideTech began the process of taking a perfectly operational ’67 Chevrolet Camaro, and turning it into a modernized pro-touring machine. As the build is nearing an end, some of you may be wondering what they’re going to do with all the parts that came off of the car. Well if you’re a building a stock Camaro, today is your lucky day! You can now buy all of the factory OEM parts they took off the Camaro on RideTech’s eBay store.

Available on RideTech’s eBay store, are the factory seats, front suspension, manual shifter, and much more. Act fast though, a good portion of these parts are going for really nice prices. Also available on their eBay store is RideTech performance suspensions goodies, so have your wallet handy!