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Old 22nd-February-2011, 04:08 PM   #1

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Albert Melchior’s Parts Chaser Camaro

At Flowmaster, we like to keep an eye on neat projects that people are building using Flowmaster parts.

This ’70 Camaro is Albert Melchior’s parts chaser for his shop. He’s building a really awesome second gen Camaro, but drives this one around town and on the track while the other car is being built. It’s just your average 450hp 383 stroker quieted down by a pair of Flowmaster mufflers.

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