Rob and Nichole Pratt’s 1973 Camaro
This is Rob Pratt’s 1973 Chevy Camaro, this car is certainly one of the coolest 2nd generation Camaro’s we’ve ever seen! No area of the car has been overlooked, the interior, exterior, powertrain and suspension have all been refined and revised.
The 350 small block is the workhorse producing 400 horsepower. The competition 200 4R (MW-9) automatic transmission is custom built by DMC Transmissions with a custom kevlar lined competition torque converter built specifically for Rob by West Coast Racing Converters. Rear differential is a custom 3.73 ratio locking style that is mated perfectly to the vehicle.
The interior is era specific with rally style seats, custom dash with custom instrumentation. B&M custom automatic shifter with reverse lock-out, with custom carpet and insulation all combine to make the ride quality better than any we’ve experienced before.
When it comes to true Trans-Am style looks, nothing compares to the 2nd generation Camaro and Rob’s car is truly an ambassador to the brand. The split front bumper is sui-generis to the early 2nd gen Camaro’s and Rob certainly has done a great job with this car. The paint and Rally Stripes along with the cowl hood and aggressive stance all give this sweet 2nd generation Camaro a look that most classic car enthusiasts truly envy.
Rob and Nichole are long time members of the Coachmen Car Club in Southern California and have been friends of ours here at Horsepower Broadcasting for many years.
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