The first thing you notice is the stance.
Factory X trim makes a Camaro just about the sickest-looking race car it can be. Step aside NASCAR Garage 56 ZL1 Camaro ! Seeing those stock body lines wrapped over a 10 1/2-inch-wide drag slicks makes for some scandalous traction and acceleration.
Listen to Joe Castello as he masterfully walks us through Stanfield’s Rod Shop Camaro that’s a tribute to the famed brand run by Gil Kirk that sponsored drag cars in the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s. We even get to check out under the hood to see all of the details of what a Flexjet NHRA Factory Stock Showdown COPO engine looks like when mounted on a motor plate.
You also get to hear the glorious notes of the new free-flowing exhaust system that is unencumbered by chassis restrictions for pure glory and horsepower creation.