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, SEMA Show
Following the well-received concept version
of the Lingenfelter LTA at SEMA
all the way back in 2009, the specialist tuning company has finally brought along a production version of the car this year. Surprise... it's a convertible!
Ken Lingenfelter himself says that "overwhelming response after displaying conceptual versions of the LTA at previous SEMA Shows" has forced the company to offer up the real deal. Great news for enthusiasts of retro-themed performance cars, and Camaro
fans in general.
Each LTA begins life as a model year 2010-2013 Camaro
(including convertibles, obviously) and is then modified completely by Lingenfelter. The company will not be selling pieces of the body kit, for instance, as separate pieces. Lingenfelter will only deliver "...a complete, finished vehicle that's been re-done inside and out."
The LTA will be available in three grades, though the Level 3 LTA seen here would seem to be the one to have. This package includes a V8 engine tuned to produce some 655 horsepower, Brembo brakes, 20-inch "Honeycomb" wheels and a completely custom interior.Continue reading Production-ready Lingenfelter LTA Camaro debuts in Vegas
Production-ready Lingenfelter LTA Camaro debuts in Vegas
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