As we reported in March 2009, the 1969 Camaro with an LS9 Corvette ZR1 motor now known as Jackass was debuted at the 2009 Detroit Autorama.
Mark Stielow had the car built by Reiters Metalcraft Inc in Mt. Clemens, Michigan. Mark has written a book detailing the build up of this car.
The car that really changed the way people viewed Pro Touring Camaros was Mark's Mule. While that car was featured in a series of buildup magazine stories, there is still a lot that wasn't shown. Mark wrote a book on the entire buildup of the '69 Chevrolet Camaro that became as world famous as the Mule. It details how he starts a major project, what methods he uses to create his groundbreaking cars, and some excellent tips on how to tune a car to provide enjoyable, consistent performance. It is loaded with more than 700 color photos and is available exclusively from Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center for $26.95.
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