Carriage House Customs and their SCCA Camaro

During the recent 2009 NASA National Championships at Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, Utah, PFADT Race Engineering had a customer's GEN 5 Camaro on display. PFADT Competition built the sway bars, engine mounts, coilovers, control arms, and cradle bushings for the new Camaro.

The Camaro was built by Carriage House Customs for SCCA and NASA competition, and is one of the first full tilt road race builds. Carriage House Customs gutted the interior and added an SCCA legal roll cage, then put the Camaro on a diet by removing the doors, bars, and all bolts and fixtures that weren't important to the structural rigidity of the car.

The PFADT 2008 NASA National Champion Corvette provides proof of their engineering and expertise with high performance suspensions. With Miller Motorsports Park in their backyard, they were able to test multiple packages, including different spring rates, damping curves, and sway bar rates.

The Camaro is powered by its original LS3 and six-speed transmission that has been updated to meet the tough demands of road racing.

While the car was not ready for the NASA Nationals, the Camaro was still a big hit with the competitors and fans. Look for the car to debut in 2010 at select NASA and SCCA events around the country.


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