The 1969 Camaro is a beast of a car when you get it stock. When you sup it up a bit, make some modification to it, you can guarantee it is going to be incredible. But who would think to try to fit two motors into one Camaro? American V8. This video features a 1969 Camaro that has had a second engine added to it!
This beast is rocking two 427 V-8 motors under the hood. They made a modification to the engine compartment to line them up one in front of the other, recessing the rear engine into the firewall. They did not even have to sacrifice any interior space other than about 8 inches of foot room for the front seat passengers. You just have to see this one for yourself.
This car has been dubbed the Z-16 because of the 16 total cylinders that power this monster. With 1200 horsepower, this is by far the most powerful Camaro to take to the streets. Each of the 427-cubic-inch engines is sporting a custom Collies Crankshaft and specially forged pistons. The rear engine drives a high-performance automatic transmission, and the car sports a modified Vette rear-end.
Get up close and personal with this magnificent Camaro in the video below, and SHARE if you are a fan of it.