Harry's current goal is to run consistent mid 9.0's while keeping the 3700 pound

Camaro fully streetable & show ready.  Best ET to date is 9.75 at 139 MPH.

Harry has put over 3000 street miles on his Camaro while driving it in and around his

hometown of Rocklin, California.  Those street miles are also

supplemented by numerous trips to the local drag strip in Northern California.

By profession Harry is a computer software architect for IBM.  But in his off

hours he is just another "Car Crazy" guy working on his "Wicked 69 Camaro".











The interior of Harry's Camaro is configured with the following items:


A full custom interior in two-tone silver/gray with custom buckets seats.

AutoMeter Phantom II Gages with a Monster Tach and Shift Light.  Also, there

is a Hurst Slapstick Ratchet Shifter with a T-handle button that can be used

for a Line Lock during burnouts, or switched to the Trans-Brake position

for leaving the line.  For safety, the car is configured with a fire extinguisher,

RJS 5-point Belts, and a 8-point roll cage (just updated to a 12 point) that is tied

to the sub-frame .




The Drive Train of Harry's Camaro is configured with the following items:


A GM 427 4-Bolt Iron Block, Dart Pro-1 Aluminum Heads, Aries Blower Pistons,

Eagle 427/4340 Crank, 4340 H-Beam Rods, Comp Cams Roller Cam,

ProMagnum Roller Rockers, Stainless Valves, Isky Dual Springs,

Weiand 6-71 Supercharger with dual 750 CFM Holly Boost Referenced

Carburetors, Mallory Uni-Lite Distributor, MSD Digital6-Plus Ignition with a

a two-step wired into the TCI Trans Brake, Hooker Ceramic Headers, 2 1/8

primaries and 3 1/2" collectors feeding a pair of 3" Magna-Flow Mufflers,

B&M Nitrous Holeshot Converter, TCI Competition TH400 with Trans Brake,

Vasco 300 Input Shaft, Red Eagle Clutches, Manual/Reverse Valve Body,

TCI Line Lock, SFI rated ATI Balancer, TCI Flex Plate, and a CSR Carbon Fiber

Trans & Flex Plate Shield.









The Chassis, Differential, Fuel, and Power Systems includes the following:



A Welded SubFrame, Fully Tubbed Backhalf using Chris Alston & Art Morrison

Componets, 3" Driveline with HD 1350 Competition U-Joints built by Drive Line

Services of West Sacramento, Narrowed GM 12 Bolt Rear-end with Ladder Bars,

Yukon 4.10 Ring & Pinion, Full Detroit Locker,Moser Extream Alloy 33 Spline

Axles, Powder Coat & Build by Jaws Gear & Axle in Sacramento, Alston Coilovers

Aerospace Components Disc Brakes, S&W Race Cars 48" Competition Wheelie

Bars, RCI Competition Aluminum Fuel Cell, Dual Mallory 110 Fuel Pumps with

In-line Canister Filter, Rear Mounted Dual 12 Volt Batteries, Master Cutoff

Power Switch, Mickey Thompson Sportsman front tires 26" by 7.50",

Sportsman Pros 29" by 18.50", and Weld Aluminum ProStars Wheels.










            Harry's Camaro won a class award at the 2008 California Autorama Show



Yet another car show... the Camaro seems to get lots of attention. 

Most people are amazed at the amount of detail work that has gone into the car

during construction and how clean Harry keeps it for a street car!





When Harry goes to the track it is usually with a group of racing buddies and

friends including Bill Creech and Al Alguire as shown below!

Harry's wife Caroline, is also on hand to take care of taking the all important

pictures and movies of Harry and his car.





        Here is Harry lighting them up just prior to another mid 10 second pass down the track !



Harry is no slouch when it comes to handling the wrenches.  He built his current

427 BBC motor, in addition to making all kinds of modifications to the car from

fuel systems to modifying the chassis components.  Oh and did I mention that he

also does his own paint and body work.... Harry you are "Da Man" !!



        Shown below are some videos of Harry's Wicked Camaro including some

        quarter mile runs at the track...





" If your in or around Rocklin California be sure to keep an eye out for Harry

  and his "Wicked 69 Camaro" cruising the streets looking "BAD" as ever !! "

  Big Jim.....




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