Mecum Auto Auctions have seen some really cool cars over the years, and the 2010 Chevy Camaro GS Racecar Concept is certainly one of those cars. It was built by Riley Technologies and General Motors’ High Performance Vehicle Operations, and was featured at SEMA of 2008, as one of four custom Camaros.
While it might retain the stock 6.2-liter LS3, there have been a few go-fast parts added to differentiate this unit from a standard Camaro. Aside from large, yellow sponsorship decals, yellow interior and matching wheels, there has been some carbon-fiber weight reduction, solid engine mounts, and a new exhaust system.
Mecum estimates that this one-off will sell for “low-to-mid six digits,” which means it’s a little over our budget, but maybe you’re interested.