Underneath all that affected rust and thinning paint lives a worked-over Kenne Bell supercharged 485-cubic-inch V8 based on a GM Performance Parts block. Before the addition of the blown 485, the Chevrolet was pumping out in the neighborhood of 650 rear-wheel-horsepower and tripping the lights in around 11 seconds through the quarter mile. Now, Sherer and Rombauts are looking for the 10-second range, and won't say what kind of power the car makes.
Say what you will about the decision to make a brand-new Camaro look like it's 30 years old, but you definitely can't argue with this thing's gusto. With prodigious power, a $100K mod list and a paint scheme some might call ugly, it's also guaranteed to make a stir on Power Tour 2011. To make that goal a reality, Rombauts and Sherer are looking for sponsors to get their car to and from the Tour.