You know, there’s just something about a car that thundered off Detroit’s assembly lines, slugged it out at stop lights for years, and finally ended up as an all-steel Christmas tree conqueror that inspires a cult-like following. And while some of us openly admit our tendency to be overly nostalgic, we’d certainly pick something like this killer Chevy Camaro over a 300 MPH, nitro-fueled Funny Car any day of the week. See, as awesome as those Funny Cars are, the core of their movement started about 35 years ago when a few brave gearheads mixed racing components with street cars and, in addition to enjoying forehead-flattening acceleration, spawned a whole new segment of hot rodding. ‘Pro Street’, which loosely translates to going fast and looking good doing it, eventually began to take off; and today, rebuilding an older, high mileage car into a custom fabricated speed machine has become a form of automotive art. Reborn roughly seven years ago, and made meaner every winter since, this sinister ’67 Camaro is built to earn money at the track and win trophies at the expo. Are you looking for sheer performance, an unbeatable showpiece or just a cool car to own and enjoy? Forget spending three years and over $200K on a ground-up project, hope on this deal!