Even to this day, fans of American muscle cars tend to live vicariously through the continued production of the Chevrolet Camaro. In fact, Fireball Camaro was started by several of these gentlemen just last December with the goal of building the fastest streetcar in the world. Lofty no doubt, but with their latest release, it appears their dream of making (albeit somewhat) affordable pony cars for the American public looks to have taken a serious step in the right direction.
Dubbed the Fireball 900, this monstrous Camaro debuted on November 1 at this year’s SEMA show in Las Vegas. It’s a 990 horsepower powerhouse of a vehicle, offering 340 more horses that the Camaro Zl1 and an astonishing 485 more than the z28. It’s a supercharged 6th Gen Camaro that’s been ported and tuned up to deliver almost 1,000 horses under the hood. Additional modifications include a drag radial tires, high-performance wheels, a custom camshaft, high flow catalytic converters, and custom hood and badging along with an aluminum drive shaft and high strength axles. The best part? Prices for the ride start around $90k. Not bad for a Camaro that could most possibly outperform a Hellcat. [Purchase]