It all works extremely well, making this a fantastic-looking, bespoke GTO. The interior is filled with the same kind of magic, highlighted by the seats wrapped in black ultraleather and digital green and silver camouflage inserts. Pretty cool, right?
73-geared 12-bolt rear end out back. And yes, everything is coated with POR-15 underneath and presented just as nice as the rest of the car. Billet Specialties wheels were painted to match the custom colors, and they wear sporty 225/45/17 front and 245/45/18 rear Hankook radials that finish the look.
Well, the fun doesn’t stop there, as you also get custom aluminum door panels with Chris Kyle’s American Sniper ‘Punisher’ logo embossed up front, a center console decked-out in hammer-tone silver paint, and a killer wrap-around silver dash loaded with aftermarket goodies. A black leather-wrapped billet steering wheel feels great in the hands of the driver, but not nearly as cool as the Lokar shifter that was combined and modified with an authentic helicopter joystick for the handle. The silver button shifts the transmission and the red one fires the horn, what?