Pfadt Race Engineering supplied the Comp Series Camaro suspension system while Loud Pedal Motorsports in Chandler, Arizona, handled the installation. Drop springs on the front and rear lowered the car 11/4 inches. Adjustable sway bars provide better handling and responsiveness for the driver. It's all a necessary upgrade to help get the portly SS around the track in quicker fashion.

To complete the '10 Camaro's edgy look, Unrestricted chose Forgeline's ZX3P rims (20x9.5 front, 20x11 rear) while Pirelli P Zero rubber gets the job done on the track and on the street.

We first spotted the aggressive-looking, late-model hot rod while walking the isles at the 2009 SEMA show. With the number of '10 Camaros in attendance, we knew it was going to take something special to garner our attention from all the "samesters" on the floors. Needless to say, Unrestricted's example caught our attention. The car looked fast even while sitting still. Not an easy feat.

At this point the Camaro's engine is basically stock but, with the addition of the Volant air intake and 21/2-inch crossover aluminum exhaust, the car made enough power to run competitive laps at the 2009 Optima Street Car Invitational.

Although Scott and Dan's initial introduction was just a chance meeting between two late-model hot rodders, a passion for speed was the accelerant that started a business relationship and the collaboration of some serious late-model muscle. Unfortunately, but fortunately, the death of the GTO played a major factor in the birth of one serious '10 Camaro.