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SEMA: HPP Comes up with its own Trans-Am Camaro kit

The ultimate time we heard from Heide Performance Products (HPP), the Michigan-based totally tuner showcased a Daytona conversion for Dodge's Challenger. Keeping with the vintage topic, HPP is now equipped to expose its next pony vehicle conversion - a Camaro-primarily based Trans-Am package - at this 12 months's SEMA display in Vegas.

As with all the different Firebird body kits available (Lingenfelter's, ASC's, and so forth), HPP's model does its quality to bring lower back the good-ol' days of the screaming chook. The outcomes, as with any "we are selling you reminiscences" conversion, vary.

Regarding the proposition of selling this conversion (for some thing aside from the collectability aspect), I don't see a factor. Pontiac is D-E-A-D, it's not coming returned, and meaning every body's "new" Trans-Am will forever be a Chevy sporting a costume. It's similar to having a Plymouth nameplate on a present day Chrysler or Dodge; the vintage naming works for the Daytona, however no longer for the Superbird.

Alongside HPP's Trans-Am can be a body package for the Camaro that allows provide Chevy's kinda-sorta-dated sports coupe some extra aptitude. Also, HPP can have a Camaro wearing an HPP T-Top kit, too. Expect extra data, which includes pictures, pricing, and electricity, as it becomes to be had.

By Phil Alex

Source: HPP , Via: Autoblog.com


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