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Hurst Performance has released a limited edition package for the Chevy Camaro Series 5. Trying to keep it exclusive, only 50 of these models will be made each year, and will be painted with Hurst’s white and gold colors. It received a unique feature with a gold mica in the white and gloss black graphics that were placed along the hood, sides, and rear. The most interesting detail about this Hurst Performance Camaro are the custom forged alloy rims measuring 20-inches that come wrapped in BFG KDW high performance tires. Improving the aesthetic value even further is an AIR-SPEED rear deck spoiler to separate it from the norm.

Under the hood, performance increases to the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro include a boosted powerplant with the addition of a supercharger. A Magnaflow high performance polished exhaust system rounds out the engine tuning, but there were still modifications to be installed for the suspension. Hurst hooked it up with an Eibach suspension kit to lower the car, and then moved to customizing the interior.

Inside the new performance Camaro you will find a Hurst shifter connecting to the automatic or manual gearbox that the customers can choose from. The seats were re-finished in a graphite leather color with gold stitching, and Hurst embroidered logos. A unique dash plaque numbers each car individually, but the Hurst tuning company has not yet released pricing details for the modified Camaro.

[Source: Hurst Performance]

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