LPE Camaro with SS9 hood and T3 components runs 10.57 @ 132.45 mph.

Some companies hold picnics and corporate retreats. Not Lingenfelter Performance Engineering – these guys organized a track day at Muncie Dragway as a way to thank their customers and allow the employees to have some fun. The quarter-mile strip just outside Albany, Indiana is conveniently located less than an hour south of Lingenfelter headquarters in Decatur. While the skies were black and threatening all morning, the rain never quite arrived, allowing several dozen LPE customers and friends to try their cars on the track.

This beautiful black ’10 Camaro sports an ZR1-style clear plastic hood by Advanced Composites and other trick pieces. Powered by an LPE-built LS7 with an Eaton blower, it ran 10.57 at 132.45 mph. Paul Murphy is the understandably proud owner.

Source [Hot Rod]

Paul’s Camaro has ACS’s very own SS9 window hood T3 front fascia with cooling ports and splitter. Details can be found in a previous post.


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