Watch this would-be garage queen rip up the tarmac with a sick burnout

This gorgeous black 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS has the power to back up its classic sports car looks.
The Super Sport (SS) package dressed up the stock Camaro, itself a new model with a number of classic cues, more aggressive sheet metal, a flatter, wider stance, and a newly revised grill.
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A quick glance at the car to ascertain the size of those rear tires gives an idea of the power that lurks under the white racing stripes on the hood. With the classic SS paint job, sports striping, chromed-out mirrors, fog lights ablaze, and windows rolled down, this car has it all. The driver takes his time while parked on a back road in the woods and gets the car all situated and ready for its blistering performance showoff.
While the SS was typically paired with a 350 or 396 V8 with a heavy duty 3-speed transmission, according to My Classic Garage, this collector’s version looks to have been heavily modified. The car rumbles as the rear tires almost immediately give way to a smoky blur as the white cloud starts billowing from the rear of the car. The driver holds it perfectly straight as the screeching car rips past the camera in a plume of fury.
Have a listen to that killer engine in the video below, and SHARE if you're a fan of modified classic muscle cars.
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