We’ve grown to be quite fond of the 740-horsepower, LS7-powered Chevy Rampage Camaro built by Roadster Shop. The Camaro first made a splash at SEMA 2014, and since then, we’ve seen it roar on the dyno and compete in the Ultimate Track Car Challenge.
Now, we finally get to see the transformation of the Rampage Camaro, which began as a rusty 1970 Chevrolet Camaro SS in dire need of some TLC.
The original idea for the Rampage Camaro came years ago from Roadster Shop co-founder Jeremy Gerber when he had an idea for a “wicked widebody” car. Jeremy opted for the second-gen Camaro because he thought it wasn’t quite as blasphemous to cut one up as it would’ve been with a first-gen model. Some might disagree, as this particular example is an original split-nose second-gen, which are a little harder to find and much more appealing than the later second-gens.
But all is well that ends well, we suppose.
This 17-minute, 30-second video isn’t the shortest, but frankly, we’ll take all the Rampage Camaro content we can get. The only thing better might be to actually take it for a spin.