Just a regular guy with a not-so-regular ride.
Carl Roeger of Ohio found a rust-free 1968 Chevrolet El Camino on Ebay.
The frame was reinforced with a @speedtechperformance chassis brace kit, a @globalwestsuspension generation negative roll front suspension with billet spindles that was tuned by Ron Sutton Race Technology. Also found on this classic, is a set of @ridetechsuspension adjustable shocks with custom valving.
All of the power comes straight from a 417 CID stroked LS3 short block with @DartonSleeves and totally forged internals by @livernoismotorsports. He reworked the @trickflowspecialties cathedral port heads by Total Engine Airflow, Isky Cams, with Johnson Lifters and special HD @HarlandSharp rocker arms.
The @BowlerTransmissions team modified a Tremec T-56 XL to work behind a Chevy LS engine.
Carl's fuel system was made custom by @nolimitengineering with an internal @Aeromotive A340 fuel pump.
The El Camino's brakes are @wilwooddiscbrakes AERO6 front calipers with BP-20 pads and 14" rotors and AERO4 rear calipers with BP-10 pads and 14" rotors.
Last but definitely not least, this El Camino rides on 18" X 9.5" reproduction Corvette front wheels with 275-35-18 @falkentire RT615K+ while the rear wheels are 18" X 10.5" reproduction Corvette wheels with 315-30-18 Falken Tire RT615K+ tires.
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