When a new souped up Chevrolet Camaro makes it way onto any showroom floor, we can usually guess that the tuner behind the completed project was American. It’s just the way of the Camaro, but Bulgarian car enthusiast, Nasko Vilner is proving that this particular muscle car is not just eye candy for the melting pot that is America.

Attempting to improve on his V6 Camaro with a manual transmission, Vilner took it upon himself to rehash the workings of his muscle car and provide a package that would make us all green with envy. He started off with the interior which he felt was made of low quality materials. The cockpit, dashboard, and steering wheel are all covered in refined nappa calf leather while the seats got covered up in bi-color leather. The instrument panel is now backlit in electric blue and the once dominated by black interior has now been softened up with the use of grays and browns.

The Vilner package also includes Boston Acoustics sound system, improved braking system, mounting clamps, and eight pistonicini headlights that replace the halogen headlights with LED lights.

Not too shabby for a European overhauling an American muscle car. Not too shabby at all.


Source: Autoblog.it

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