This is the final installment of Conrad Grunewald’s 2010 Camaro build before its official SEMA release – we’ll be bringing you the official shots of the car from the GM booth on Tuesday. We’ve been covering Grunewald’s build from the beginning, and if you missed the previous editions, you can find them here: Part One and Part Two.
The body work is completely done (for the time being) and the car is wrapped. The Seibon front and rear bumpers are not completed yet, but the team has temporarily modified the OEM pieces. The rear bumper has been cut out and a sheet metal diffuser has been made. The front cutout for the fog lamps has been made as well. The Camaro sits so low that Grunewald is unsure whether or not he will even put a body kit on it.
Grunewald used a custom heat exchanger by Fluidyne for cooling the supercharger, and mounted the unit in the trunk with two fans. A six-gallon Aeromotive fuel cell with a built-in A1000 pump sits in the trunk with the exchanger. This is the same setup that Aeromotive supplies to Ford for the Cobra Jet. The engine bay is complete with yet another Fluidyne radiator up front – this time for the engine. The car will not run yet because it is still waiting on the engine management to arrive.
You can see the new Eibach Multi-Pro R2 coilovers installed with a beefier front sway bar. Don’t let your eyes fool you – they have an inverted shock design that is accompanied by a helper spring. As for the front steering angle, Grunewald plans to complete that task after SEMA… and some sleep.
Stay tuned to our SEMA coverage all next week, as we will be bringing you final production shots of Conrad’s Camaro.