1970 Camaro Rampage
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Custom-Built '70 Camaro Called "Rampage" Packs a Beastly 750-HP V8 Engine



When it came to capturing footage of this one-of-a-kind, custom-built 1970 Chevy Camaro, third time was the charm for custom car and truck enthusiast Scottie D. He first saw it at the GoPro display at SEMA 2014, but wasn't able to get any video. He saw it a second time at Goodguys Columbus, but again, wasn't able to record it. Finally, at SEMA 2015, Scottie D was able to give us a look at the tricked-out Camaro, known simply as "Rampage." Maybe it's just the name, but one look at this thing has us thinking that it can dish out some serious damage!

Front to back, this incredible Camaro, which was built by the Roadster Shop, is as sleek as it gets. Check out Scottie D's walkthrough and interview below to see everything the owner has done to this beauty over the years. As you can probably imagine, there was a whole lot of heart, soul, and overall power put into this bad boy. Just see it for yourself!

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Scottie D does it again! What a find!

Now, the original "Rampage," built in 2014, came equipped with a seven-liter Chevrolet Corvette C6 Z06 V8 engine capable of churning out 750 horsepower. You could only drive this restomod on a race track, but in 2018, the Roadster Shop went ahead and made a street-legal version.

Nicknamed "Road Rage 2018," the car basically looked the same from the outside and was stocked with another engine capable of producing 750 horsepower. The massive rear wing had to be take off, but Roadster added a Forgeline wheelset. They also included bucket seats, a state-of-the-art infotainment system, and a center console with a gear switch. Sounds like something you'd want to get your hands on, right?

This post was originally published on January 18, 2017.


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