This page is horrifically out of date.Ok, I finally got some new pics up. Yes, yes, the front end is in desperate need of touching up. I'll post some news pics when I get the 3 point Edelbrock strut tower brace on. It should be comin' in early next week.Here's a shot of 2/3 my projects, the other 1/3 isn't rolling at the moment. The concept of this Camaro project is to fuse the ideas of modern technology into what once was a very dated car. Rather than boring you with stories of the car, I'll display the "Best Of" images from the project.Clean.This was a shot right after the newly rebuilt engine was installed. Engine info below.Update: I sanded the center piece down, primered it, and painted it GM Satin black. Then put some "speed-grille" behind it in front of some new fog lights.Update: I finally got the IBM stable, and ready to go. Mp3 playback with visualizations to boot; it's great. The screen may look crooked, but I installed it using a level so I assure you it's not.Hey, it may not be sweet ass xbox or ps2 graphics, but it's gameplay right? Few games are played, it's so far been for mp3's and visualization effects. I have been getting a lot of questions about the laptop, so here's a quick sloppy guide.Here are some specs on the car:Exhaust:Edelbrock smog legal TES headersFactory 3" single exhaustFlowmaster 40 Series 2-chamber mufflerInjection:Accel 22lbs injectorsHypertech Thermomaster chipPolished throttle body with air foilPolished TPI systemValvetrain :Aluminum roller rockersComp Cams Extreme Energy camSpeedPro hypereutectic pistonsRhoads Progressive LiftersSuspension:Intrax 2" DropProxesZ4 tiresInterior Items:Autometer Gauges PodB&M MegashifterIBM LaptopALDL ECM ConnectionCustom SwitchesStereo:New Mp3/WMA deck, 2 CompVR 12's, and Kicker AmpInfinity Kappa 3Way 6x9sInfinity Reference 2Way 4x6 platesA shot of the engine right before it was installed. I decided to stick with the factory 305 (310 after boring), rather than going with a 350. The 305 has the same crankshaft as the 350, so it's good for torque off the line, yet has a fairly high redline.Here's the final product, all done and ready to go. The car performs great, and gets 20MPG, who could ask for more? I built it as a fun daily driver and that it has been. I look forward to taking it to the strip and seeing what it'll do.The AutoMeter gauge pod works great. I had a third gauge I just used a plain black cup for. I used a copper tubing kit for the oil pressure gauge rather than the included nylon one. I figured I should do it right, I wouldn't want oil puking into my dash.This baby means business: The B&M Megashifter. This wasn't as "Direct Fit" as B&M might like to advertise, but it did fit pretty well. A few modiciations were made but nothing major if you know what you're doing.I am very happy with the install. They fit great. However, some modifications were made to get them to fit. The back of these are much larger in diamter than factory lights. The units that hold the individual lights had to be enlarged and cut out.To this day I have yet to see another Camaro with this style of head light. I installed "City Lights" in the center pair, and white LEDs in the outer pair, making for a real cool "Dusk" cruisin' setup.I installed clear side markers, and used white 1200MCD LEDs from RadioShack rather than a bulb and it works great. My friend blew $15 on PIAA "Super White" 194 bulbs and they don't begin to compare with the brightness or color "Purity" the LEDs have. (Side markers from www.procarparts.com)The side markers turned out so well, it made the front turn signals look really, really bad. So I did some rewiring and used white LEDs in the front turn signals. Since the factory bulb has two elements (One for parking lights, one for Turn signals), I had to use a relay to make the LED flash.Here is a shot of it with just running lights on. I have been pulled over for it, however it IS legal. By Oregon State Law it IS legal to emit white from the front end of a vehicle.Running lights, inner blue bulbs, outer white LEDs, and white LEDs in the fog lights; enough light to drive by almost. I plan on changing the inner blue bulbs to white LEDs as well; the legal route.Here is the ALDL port that allows the connection of any IBM based machine via the serial port to the computer in the car. I use WinALDL. More infor about ALDL available on my page.Ah yes, my favorite part: The IBM laptop mounted in the car itself. The laptop will run ALDL diagnostics, play MP3s, be played around on by gaming passengers, you name it.Infinity Kappa 693.5i 6"x9" 3-way Speakers: I know it's lame to show the "Manufacturer's Photo" but I wasn't about to go tearing my car apart just to get a shot of the same thing. These are probably the nicest 6x9s on the market (if you ask me anyway).Infinity Reference 4652cfp 4"x6" 2-way Plate Speakers: Again, manufacturer's photo. These were not pleasant to install, but they perform beautifully.This page is horrifically out of date.