The Upside Down Camaro is being featured on the Garage Genius episode of Outrageous Acts of Science Wednesday night (August 3rd) at 9pm on the Science Channel!
The car originally debuted at New Jersey Motorsports Park in a 24 Hours of LeMons race two years ago. It’s inverted an inverted 1999 Camaro convertible body, mounted on a steel framework, perched atop a $200/200k mile 60 HP 1990 Ford Festiva.
Now that we’ve proven we did what we set out to do (which took thousands of hours of hard work!), please make a donation to the Semper Fi Fund/America’s Fund, and make a difference for a wounded veteran through this link:
Thanks to The Gang of Outlaws for all their hard work helping me realize this crazy dream, to my friend Don Huffman for the great music, and to Damion Jedlicka for his fantastic work on the video! Special thanks to my wife Jaime Bloch, the SAINT, who not only put up with me disappearing into the garage for the last six months and blowing our savings (and this month’s mortgage, uh-oh) on this outrageous build, but working with me on it day and night, even when she was really sick!
Sneak preview of our road racing helicopter, with a significant twist to be revealed soon!
Speedycop & The Gang of Outlaws are back! Follow along as we take a decrepit 1969 Bell OH-58 Kiowa helicopter and convert it to a 24 Hours of LeMons race car.
In the last year, my Gang of Outlaws and I have been a little too busy building, and have neglected this website entirely, but here’s what’s happened in 2014:
We built a relatively mundane little Civic race car to actually—you know—win one of these endurance races. The tail fins that we saved from our wrecked 1961 Cadillac racer had been sitting in my woods for five years, so they found a new home on the roof! We won the 24 Hours of LeMons race with it at Gingerman Raceway in Michigan last April by doing 3+ hour stints and driving cleanly.