Chevrolet introduces the factory-built Camaro NHRA-certified rolling chassis
Saving racers the time building their own race car from the ground up, Chevrolet will produce a limited number of Camaro NHRA-certified rolling chassis vehicles. Every chassis is assembled professionally and painted; consumers simply add their preferred engine, transmission, and other powerplant/drivetrain pieces.
To complete this factory-built Camaro race car, owners can buy the electronics, racing engine components, controllers, harnesses, all direct from chevroletperformance.com.
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The Camaro NHRA-certified rolling chassis goes on sale March 28, 2013, and will cost $55,000 USD each.
Customers will call 1-800-306-3005 to order a Camaro rolling chassis. The call center will send purchase certificates for the limited number of rolling chassis to be constructed, and customers will take the certificates to the Chevrolet dealerships of their choice to complete the sales.
The completed rolling chassis requires customer pickup in the Detroit area. Each will be serialized, but will not have a Vehicle Identification Number, so they cannot be titled or licensed for road use.
Each rolling chassis is constructed with hardware from the Oshawa assembly plant that manufactures regular-production Camaros. Each is fitted with an NHRA-approved roll cage and other safety equipment, along with NHRA-approved racing chassis and suspension components, including brakes and solid rear axle – minus the third member. Bogart racing wheels mounted on Hoosier tires are also included.