• 2012 Chevrolet Camaro "King Camaro" by Florida Famous Mad Marks Stereo

Well, this is pretty excessive...

Actually, "excessive" even feels like an understatement, especially when you’ve had the time to process exactly what you’re looking at.

In this case, what you’re looking at is supposed to be a 2012 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible SS. It still looks like a Camaro SS, at least for the most part, but what we can’t wrap our heads around is just how far Florida Famous Mad Marks Stereo took to giving this muscle car one of the most insane programs we’ve ever seen. For starters, the chrome wrap isn’t all that bad, as is the custom front grille, the red racing stripes, the LED strips on the hood opening, and the red headlights. We can live with those components and actually like them to a certain extent. But after that, things get a little hairy.

The standard-sized wheels have been taken off in favor of a new set of 32" versions. 32 inches, people. From there, the interior of the Camaro was dressed in a combination of red leather, red chrome, and other red what-have-yous to create a visual eyesore. Then, there are the speakers, which all look like planted mushrooms on a small field and probably have enough bass to make your ears bleed even if the volume’s at mute.

The finishing touch for this true one-of-a-kind Camaro? A double-sided LCD flat screen whose purpose in this whole cacophony of absurdity we still can’t seem to understand.

Then again, nothing about this program makes sense.

Find out how the King Camaro was born by watching the accompanying video after the jump.

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The King Camaro Detailed

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  (1) posted on 10.4.2012

Just to clear things up mad marks did do the car originally but 813 Customs redid the color on the inside and out

  (647) posted on 08.14.2012

The disadvantage of this idea is that if other car manufacturer released a more well-looked car, 2014 Chevrolet Corvette will lose its market value and will definitely leave behind.

  (647) posted on 08.14.2012

Silver color, plus monster-size wheel. What else you can ask for this amazing car? Mad Marks Stereo did a great job in customizing 2012 Chevrolet Camaro "King Camaro".

  (596) posted on 08.13.2012

I’ve never seen a car like this. Amazing! The size of the wheel astound me and the color is great.

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