It seems like most guys’ hot rods get put into one form or another and live there forever. You built a Pro Street car in the 1980s and it’s probably still sporting steamroller tires out back and that blower is still sticking through the hood.
Greg Frazier is not into that at all. He scored this cherry 1973 Camaro back in 1976 and his been driving the wheels off of it ever since. The car has seen duty on the drag strip, as an autocross competitor (ages before the words G-Machine were ever uttered), and, hell, the thing has even towed a water skiing boat to the lake! (Check the photo gallery for proof.)
It’s currently packed with a wicked 434ci small-block that runs 10.09 in the quarter without the aid of any type of power adder. If that didn’t get your attention, join the bridge club.
Go here to see the photo gallery with lots more photos and all the tech info, plus a bunch of vintage shots of this same car in the ’70s and ’80s. Watch the video below.