This sweet 1970 Chevrolet Camaro is being massaged and tweaked over at Greening Auto Company in Nashville, Tennessee, for Huntsville, Alabama, resident Scott Gouin. According to Jesse Greening, the second-gen was pretty ragged when it arrived, but since then it’s been blasted bare and treated to a ton of custom bodywork. The hood was given a subtle rise for blower clearance, the bumpers were tucked, and a gas filler was added to the sail panel. For suspension, the Camaro has about every handling widget in Detroit Speed's catalog, including their hydroformed subframe and rear QUADRALink. Massive Baer 6P brakes will ride inside Bonspeed wheels wrapped in Toyo R888 rubber. Powering the F-body will be an 810-horse, supercharged LS7 from Mast Motorsports. To save weight, Anvil Auto carbon-fiber inner fenders were added, and a Vintage Air kit with a Front Runner drive system will help keep the passengers comfortable in the sweltering Southern heat. For more pictures of this killer project visit greeningautocompany.com.