Over the years he met a lot of guys who shared this same hobby and passion, and one group especially stood out. These were the guys at Killer Customs of British Columbia, Canada. They asked Roger if he would like to work with them as sales manager of their recently acquired company, Speed Tech. Rodger saw this as a great way to fulfill his midlife crisis desires, so he agreed. He also saw this as an opportunity to rebuild his longterm love.

He started with Speed Tech's "Track Time" package that includes a new front subframe, torque arm rear suspension, and all the goodies between the two to make the car handle. The car is going to be better than ever, but still the same.

BY THE NUMBERS
1969 CAMARO
Roger Maniscalco
Maple Ridge, BC, Canada
ENGINE
Type: 427ci big-block Chevy
Block: factory
Oiling: high-volume pump
Rotating assembly: factory
Cylinder heads: factory
Camshaft: COMP hydraulic flat tappet
Valvetrain: COMP valvesprings
and roller rockers
Induction: 750-cfm Holley,
Holler power charger
underhood supercharger
Ignition: MSD 6AL ignition control
and billet distributor
Cooling: Be Cool radiator and dual fans
Fuel system: Aeromotive pump,
stock tank with reservoir
Exhaust: Speed Tech headers
by Stainless Works

DRIVETRAIN
Transmission/shifter: TH700
Rear axle: Strange 12-bolt,
31-spline axles, 3:73 US Gear

CHASSIS
Front suspension: Speed Tech Performance
front subframe
Rear suspension: Speed Tech Performance
torque arm
Brakes: Baer Pro Plus 14-inch rotors,
six-piston calipers, front and rear
BODY/PAINT
Body: shaved drip rails, smoothed firewall,
flush-mounted glass
Paint: Mercedes Magmarot Red
with black stripe and
gunmetal gray pinstripe
by Killer Customs

WHEELS/TIRES
Wheels: 18x9 and 20x12 Boyd Smoothie II
Tires: 255/30R18 and 345/30R20 Nitto Invo

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