Purchased in 2004 from Young Chevrolet in Dallas, Texas, this stock SS convertible had no idea what it was in for in the coming months. The Navy Blue, 6 speed, 1999 Camaro was signed into sponsorship with Monster Energy in 2006, giving Jared the opportunity to turn this ride into the what it is today.
A few mods:
- Stock 5.7l V8 LS1
- LG Lid, K&N Filter, Air Bellows
- LS6 Heads
- STOPTECH Big Brake System, 6 Piston Front’s on 14” Drilled Rotors
- Hurst Short-Throw Shifter w Lou’s Short Stick & Hurst White Shift Knob
- G2 Suspension
full list of mods here.
About Jared and RiceKiller.com
Jared started RiceKiller.com in 2005, shortly after buying his new Camaro. He talks about the events and car meets that he attended with his new muscle car. Events with cars of all types including domestic cars, import cars, old cars, and new cars. He says he began to notice a trend and a threat to the automotive enthusiast. That threat, he called RICE. He points out that a ricer is not an import car, it's not even a car at all. A ricer in the car enthusiast world was an individual, no matter the type of car. RICE from then on stood from Radically Immature Car Enthusiast.
Jared started RiceKiller.com to combat this, and bring some order to big car events by starting his own. Today, the website has over 20,000 members and he holds the largest car meets in the state of Texas, including satellite meets in other states. Here was a Texas car enthusiast who had an idea and a dream, and made it happen to better all car enthusiast.
Yes, some txGarage writers are on RiceKiller.com and will be attending events when we can.
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