Tuesday, July 27, 2010

The Firebreather

If you are a Pontiac Firebird fan than this is the car for you! The Firebreather is designed, engineered and manufactured to be an entirely new breed of sports car as a Camaro ss is taken and made to replicate a "what could be" Pontiac Firebird.

As the Camaro ss is taken into the transformation there are many drastic changes made. Starting with the Exterior of the car there are nine fantastic adjustments. To start a front fascia hexagonal mesh grille insert is added and rear fascia with custom taillamps and relocated back up lamps. There are dual headlamps with LED halos, EL eyebrow lighting, and back-lit emblems. A custom Firebreather hood with secondary shaker scoops is equipped. Rocker molding extensions are added as well as body side scoops with integrated louvers. There is a rear lower valance with diffuser and a fantastic decklid spoiler. Lastly, the Firebreather has a personalized painted fron fascia and rear spoiler tattoos.

Now to the interior of the astounding Firebreather. To start, the upholstery in this car is amazing as it contains a black leather trim with red stitching and f1 style inserts and logo embroidery. It has firebreather floormats with script embroidery. A unique red ambient lighting flows along the door trim panels and instrument cluster. Lastly it has personalized painted door panel and dash trim tattoos.

Now for the most exciting part, the chassis and powertrain. The Firebreather has amazing 20"x10" wheels with red reflective graphics equipped with pirelli 275/40zr20 & 295/40zr20 P-zero rosso asimmetrico tires. It has an Eibachpro-plus performance lowering springs and anti-sway bars. A Firebreather cold air induction system is included. An outstanding Edelbrock E-force supercharger system gives the Firebreather an unbelievable 599 horsepower. It has a six-speed manual Hurst short throw shifter system. Lastly it is given a JBA 3" cat-back performance dual exhaust system

If you are interested in the Firebreather visit http://www.the-firebreather.com/

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