1971 Chevrolet Camaro Street Machine "Enigma" Gap Racing The SEMA Show
Article By – Mike Pyles
Published By – Matt Wright
Whenever the SEMA show comes around, we can’t wait to get out to Las Vegas and check out the rides on display for ourselves. Now, with so much to soak in, it can be easy to miss some details and that’s why we’re completely grateful that cameras are always rolling and pictures are always being taken to commemorate the event.
This time, the camera of ScottyDTV takes us to the show to check out a Chevrolet Camaro that is really unlike any other. The Camaro platform is always a hot topic for the bright lights of Las Vegas in the SEMA show but time after time we find ourselves impressed with what different builders are able to carry out through the use of the platform as their visions go from mind to material.
This time, we check out a second generation 1971 Camaro that really flips the switch for us and makes us feel some sort of excitement as we check out each and every detail of the build. To sum it up nicely, this thing is like a finely tuned large-scale Hot Wheels car on steroids and we are loving every inch of it.
Take a close look at the LS9 powered showpiece down in the video below that really gives you the chance to get a good appreciation for the car. We’re sure that cars like this are a whole other animal to be appreciated in person but without hopping on a plane to Las Vegas, this is about as close as you are going to get, though!