2010 Fesler-Moss Camaro

2010 Fesler-Moss Camaro
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This latest in American tuning comes from the duo of Chris Fesler and Jon Moss. Their 2010 Camaro package adds a signature Magnuson Supercharger, racing suspension, upgraded rear end, performance brakes, larger diameter exhaust and even more importantly 50 State street legal certification.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

2010 Fesler-Moss Camaro
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After months of design and calibration Chris Fesler and Jon Moss have teamed up to offer Chevy lovers with their version of the ultimate 2010 Camaro. The Chevrolet Camaro will forever be known as America’s original muscle car. Chris Fesler and Jon Moss have expanded on that principle to create the Fesler-Moss Edition 2010 Camaro. The new Fesler-Moss Limited Edition 2010 Camaro is scheduled for release in late April 2009 and will be shipping soon after that. Built with similar historic features that have been prevalent throughout the Camaro’s bloodline, the Fesler-Moss Camaro stays true to the original Camaro lines, performance, handling and most important, horsepower. Some features include:

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  • GM Performance LS-3, LS-7, LS-9 and LSX engines,
  • 6 speed or built 4L65E transmission,
  • Fesler-Moss braned Magnuson Supercharger,
  • Fesler-Moss 3 piece billet wheels,
  • Goodyear tires,
  • Racing suspension,
  • Upgraded rear end,
  • Body upgrades,
  • Paddle shifter by Mastershift,
  • Performance brake upgrade,
  • Larger exhaust upgrade,
  • Sound system upgrade,
  • Color matched interior
  • Street legal in all 50 states
  • Several different paint options
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What do you think?
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  (180) posted on 05.4.2009

I hope we’re not picking on American cars again. I don’t want to be tagged as the American-cars-hater because I happen to own one.

  (182) posted on 05.4.2009

i hope everyone is not getting overwhelmed with the 2010 Camaro. I heard that it’s not that good. there’s a previous review about it here in topspeed. there are lots of better car out there.

  (177) posted on 05.4.2009

Wish I can help your friend. But I don’t know anything about restoring cars and even acquaintances that could help you. I think that your friend is just proving to us the beauty of Camaro. The design is timeless.

  (180) posted on 05.4.2009

A friend of mine is trying to restore an old Camaro. He’s having a hard time looking for spare parts. But in time, I know it would turn out great.

  (137) posted on 05.4.2009

This stylish camaro 2010 is a real beauty I like the idea of Fesler of keeping the same old feeling when you ride a Camaro but with a new speed and handling performance.

  (289) posted on 05.4.2009

Jon Moss being a Gm exec for creative design before knew that buyers want with their Camaro. These geniuses are making a new step ahead for a strong muscled Camaro

  (177) posted on 05.4.2009

I can wait to see this car running on the track for superb muscle flex

  (231) posted on 05.4.2009

Chris Fesler says "When I saw the new 2010 Camaro I knew we could offer the style and feel of the 1969 model that we have all grown to love and appreciate so much but with some serious power and handling." This feeling of course can only be invoked by those who are really in loved with this American muscle car.

  (318) posted on 05.4.2009

I’d live to see Bumble Bee in in this 2010 Fesler-MossCamaro limited edition.

  (314) posted on 05.4.2009

The official site says that some of the options they offer include the choice of GM Performance LS3, LS7, LS9 and even the latest LSX crate engines, a 6-speed manual gearbox transmission or uprated 4L65E automatic with paddle shifters, a Fesler-Moss branded Magnuson Supercharger, three-piece billet wheels, racing suspension, new brakes, and some subtle exterior styling mods.

  (421) posted on 05.4.2009

This 2010 Camaro was built with similar historic features that have been prevalent throughout the Camaro’s bloodline, the Fesler-Moss Camaro stays true to the original model from the 1960s but also picks up a number of modern performance and handling mods. I can take my off this car.

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