“Pro daily.” What exactly does that mean? It’s actually quite a good term /Drive has coined to describe this particular first-generation Camaro.
Pro daily walks a fine line between pro touring and pro street car. It has the comfort of a daily driver, but leans towards the performance of a street car. And this Camaro embodies all of that.
A 383 Stroker with a carburetor sits under the hood. One of the biggest things about this build is that engine. The owner says he wanted to stay naturally aspirated and, to be different, skipped out on an LS crate engine to keep things traditional. We don’t see anything wrong with that.
The Camaro is also bagged. Bagged? Why would someone bag a Camaro? Because, look at the squat it has when it’s totally lowered. An absolutely sinister appeal with the livability to change the ride height when a romp on the road calls your name.
And it’s a mean looking car to begin with, and the 383 sounds amazing in the flyby shots. We salute you sir, for one of the best pro dailies we’ve ever seen. Have a look below.