• Sep 5, 2008


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With sales of the 2010 Chevy Camaro starting in the first quarter of 2009, it's inevitable that a variety of tuner versions will be popping up left and right. Deviant Art member Morfiuss decided that was too long to wait and beat everyone to the punch with his photoshopped rendition of a Hamann Camaro. We think he did a stellar job, penning in a new front fascia, side skirts, flared fenders, 20-inch rims, and gullwing doors that depict what Hamann would probably do if they got their hands on a Camaro. It's not likely to happen, but it does beg the question -- how would you tune the Camaro? Would you build a Euro-style version similar to the Hamann, or how about an all-out drag racer set for ten second time slips? Our pick? A street/track version styled after the Mark Donohue's Penske Camaro that was so dominant in the Trans-Am series in the late 1960's.

[Source: DeviantArt.com via MuscleCars.at]



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      • 6 Years Ago
      That is not a tune. That is pimping. A tune makes the car go faster, handle better, or stop shorter. That crap does nothign useful.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I would have it taken to the crusher cause that's where that POC belongs.
      • 6 Years Ago
      All he did was take the Hamann M6 and put a Camaro grill on it. He did nothing else to the car, well maybe a little bit on the back end but it isn't anything to write home to mom about.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I would buy an SS and keep it stock. In a few years, if I had the $$, I could pick up a used Camaro and send it to Lingenfelter for a horsepower make-over.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Does every car in the world need a scisor door kit?
      • 6 Years Ago
      Is it bad that I like the widebody style at the rear? Flat sheetmetal in front of the rear tire, arch and taper at the rear...
        • 6 Years Ago
        Yes because what you're looking at doesn't actually exist. That sheet metal is something else entirely.
      • 6 Years Ago
      In my opinion all that you need to do to tune a Mustang, Challenger, or Camaro is Exhaust (magnaflow, flowmaster, borla), new wheels, maybe lowering springs, sway bars, and of course tinting the glass. The bodies generally look good left alone except maybe removing a few emblems to clean things up.
      • 6 Years Ago
      they totally ruined it.

      I want mine looking like my photoshop:

      http://camaro5.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=7359&stc=1&d=1220400462
        • 6 Years Ago
        I love it, except for the sticker on the side i dont feel it flows the best as it could, other than that looks wonderful

        good job!
      • 6 Years Ago
      make every American muscle 30% smaller, use the money you save from the raw materials and assembly line to improve build quality and reliability and I'll start looking at them... it doesn't matter what they do right now, they just don't stack up to the Japanese / Korean / European competition
      • 6 Years Ago
      What would I do? I'd start with a Camaro with as few options as possible. Dump the back seat and everything I won't be using as a single male to get the weight down to something more manageable. After that, aftermarket suspension, brakes that barely fit under the lightest wheels I can get my hands on, the stickiest DOT tires available on those wheels, TVS blower, full exhaust, tune, and then a gas card to pay for the 1 hr, 45 min. drives to Hallett.

      No stickers. No body parts or ground effects. No paint. No stripes. If it doesn't improve performance I DO NOT WANT IT.
        • 6 Years Ago
        Great now I have a man crush on someone besides christian bale. Perfect, somebody tell my therapist she is working overtime tooday.
      • 6 Years Ago
      so is that picture how NOT to "tune" a Camaro?
      • 6 Years Ago
      Good god, you guys are going to get lynched by an angry mob a muscle car enthusiasts. You don't rice out a muscle car...ever. The wheels can stay as long as there's a set of drag radials in the garage. Leave the body alone, unless the hood needs to be bulged to accommodate a blower. Add a straight-pipe exhaust system so the eardrums of passers-by explode from the sound of 15,000 voracious lions roaring in unison every time you feather the throttle. That's how you tune a Camaro.
        • 6 Years Ago
        Heads, cam, intake, corsa exhaust and tune.
        • 6 Years Ago
        Sorry, but the one dimensional muscle car types can kiss my a**. I'll take the TransAm route and modify it into the proper road racer.
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