When it comes to the Chevrolet Camaro, there are plenty of tuning shops out there that are ready to wrench away at the 21st century muscle car in order to apply their own customization program. However there is one group of grease monkeys that stand head and shoulder above the competition, those two are Chris Fessler and Jon Moss. They duo are currently offering three distinct tuning packages for the bowtie wearing pony car.

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The first package is called the Fessler-Moss 2010 Camaro Enhancement Package and is priced at $55,000 (including the vehicle) or $15,000 if you were lucky enough to have snatched one up from a dealership. It includes an adjustable suspension, high performance air filter, a set of 22 inch wheels, choice of carbon fiber bezels and black light tail lamps. If it is power that you’re after, Fessler and Moss offer options like swapping in an LS7 or LS9 power plant. If that is not enough, the American tuners will install a supercharger, high flow exhaust system and dyno tune the entire package. In order to compensate for the added straight line performance, they are also offering a brake upgrade and a new set of sway bars to keep the Camaro on the road.

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The second level of the Fessler-Moss tuning program is called the Competition Package and is valued at $90,000 (with the car, of course) or $50,000 without it. In addition to everything from the first program, this package includes a carbon fiber body kit, sound system upgrade, supercharger, 6 piston Pro plus Fessler branded brake calipers as well as some carbon fiber interior accents and painted racing stripes to add a little style to the go fast package.

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The third one is called Fessler-Moss 2010 Camaro Limited Edition, costs a whopping $150,000 or just $110,000 if you bring your own Camaro. The third package adds a custom color scheme complete with the racing stripes, Corvette style door handles molded into the doors as well as the signatures of the cars creators Chris Fesler and Jon Moss. The pair will also throw in a 2 day training course at Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving to ensure that their customers will know what to do with such a powerful pony.

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  (182) posted on 07.21.2009

Limited edition is simply great. Aside from all the things that you have just said is the 22-inch Fesler-Moss wheels. Now that’s how you call it, Worth It. I love Fessner and Moss for this wonderful offer. But you know, the first two offers are not that bad as well. The first offer, goes for the car owners who are happy with the looks but wishes to improve the performance. The second offer are for car owners who wants to upgrade both the looks and the performance. But the third and the limited offer are for car owners who treat their muscle cars as god!

  (182) posted on 07.21.2009

Reneered, you’re right. The limited offer might be a little pricey but look at what it has to offer. Carbon fiber diet is the way to go! We’re not just talking about the looks and the atmosphere it sets, we are also talking about performance wise. The lighter the better. Just to add, the limited offer of the car tuners include a custom sound system with a Fesler-Moss badging. How cool can you get with that?

  (177) posted on 07.21.2009

Whoever said American cars are on the losing end? Well, this updates and polishing of the best american muscle car ever proves they are still on their prime. Many chevy fans would sure be delighted with this news. Most especially when they hear the news that the production of the 2010 chevy has already resumed after they reported to have experienced a mechanical defect in their factory. Kudos to Chevy! Nice job for Fessner and Moss!

  (183) posted on 07.21.2009

You got that right! I heard that those who would avail of the limited package would give an individual serial number from 1-60. I’m proud to say that each of them are individually designed by the magnificent car tuners Fessner and Moss. If only I have $150K, I wouldn’t mind spending it for the tuning.

  (180) posted on 07.21.2009

I’ve always admired the new Chevy. In fact, I liked it even before it starred as Bumblebee in Transformers. But the Fessler and Moss partnering to improve its looks and handling polished the nitty gritty that Chevy has failed to notice. I like it better this way.

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