The Ringbrothers are known for throwing together some wild stuff. In the past, they’ve built things like this 600-HP LS3-powered DeTomaso Pantera, this mean-looking Chevy Chevette, and even this perfectly customized ’70s Winnebago. Their latest project is a 1969 Camaro, and in true Ringbrothers fashion, it’s completely over the top. Powered by a supercharged LS3, the “G-Code” Camaro was built for SEMA to show off the Ringbrothers’ impressive build quality skills. It features an endless amount of custom high-quality switchgear, as well as some sweet gold HRE wheels. Carbon fiber and sharpened body panels line the exterior, along with a pair of unique three-bar headlights. Every body panel has been touched, and the end-product is one mean car. But the real question is how it drives. With 1000 horsepower on deck, speed shouldn’t be an issue, and judging by the Ringbrothers’ previous builds, we think any time behind the wheel of this Camaro will be nothing but smiles.

Watch as Matt Farah of The Smoking Tire gets the go in the G-Code Camaro, and discovers just how hardcore the SEMA car can be.