Every year, the Ring brothers show up to SEMA with an awe-inspiring build. As a result, it’s become increasingly common to expect that the pair’s proclivity for the creation of unique, one-of-a-kind models will continue into the future, with many a prominent platform yet to make its debut. This year, the duo has gifted the automotive world with a shocking Chevrolet Camaro known as the “Grinch” — a devilish pony car slathered in a dubious shade of green.
At first glance, the car’s eye-catching paint job supplies an undeniable appreciation for its questionable ways. It adopts an entirely new, albeit subtle, set of exterior upgrades, including a set of flared wheel arches, extended quarter panels, rockers, and fenders, and a custom carbon-fiber hood/rear spoiler. Aesthetically, the classic pony car is all business, taking on a series of interior adornments like fully-customized Italian leather upholstery, a bespoke dash and dial cluster, and a cleanly-implemented sound system that’s sure to make your presence known. Below the hood, the Grinch is powered by a formidable Wegner Sports LS3 V8 engine, delivering 620 horsepower to its wheels, courtesy of a Bowler TKO Tremec 5-speed manual transmission. Head to the company’s website to learn more about the build, or make your way to ClassicCar’s landing page, where the Grinch is currently listed for sale at $225,000.
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