Fancy yourself as a Camaro fan? One of the more notable late-model Camaros is up for sale − perhaps Christan Van Lewen’s “Fallen Angels” Camaro is for you.
Starting off as a 2010 Camaro SS, it then received a mad-crazy airbrush paint job courtesy of Charles “The Kid” Armstrong − 500 hours worth. Inside you’ll find a full custom Bentley leather and suede interior, suede headliner, custom raised filigree door panels, all done by by Todd Jubert at The Interior Shop. If your cell phone is not enough of a distraction, you’ll find an in-dash seven-inch monitor with several more scattered throughout the rear compartment and trunk.
Speaking of trunk, no self-respecting car of this caliber would be caught without a custom stereo system, right? Installed by Steve Yiu, it consists only of Polk components including two 12-inch subs, four mids, and four tweeters − all powered by 800 & 600w digital amps.
But it’s under the hood that really captures our attention: a 650-horse LS3 featuring ceramic-coated long-tube headers, D1 Procharger (installed by Grunions and tuned by DynoComp), plenty of chrome highlights, and an engine cover that matches the Camaro’s body.
All this stock is rolling on Savini 22-inch SV-29s wrapped in Toyo Proxy 4 tires 265/30/22R front and 305/25/22R rear . . . there’s a bunch of other mods, but you get the idea.
All this effort has resulted in numerous awards such as Best of Show, Best Paint, and Best Graphics in such shows like the Mobile One DUB Show and SEMA. Care to inquire? Visit Christan’s Facebook page for more information and contact info.