1971 Chevrolet Camaro

Auto Evolution shared this custom 1971 Chevrolet Camaro fitted with custom Procar by SCAT bucket seats. The Camaro’s interior also includes Alpine speakers, Kenwood subwoofers, Vintage Air Magnum IV climate control and a push-button ignition for the custom-built console.

This ride was dubbed “Brute Force” and is an award-winning restomod that has been featured in popular hot rod magazines. The exterior features Brute Force Blue, Charcoal and Fire Orange paint over its two-tone cabin.

The blue-painted 1971 Chevrolet Camaro has an 11.4:1 compression ratio instead of 11.0:1 and rocks Mast Black Label heads finished with stainless-steel valves. In addition, the one-off build has a Detroit Truetrac differential with 3.90 gears with the help of a six-speed Tremec T-56 Magnum.

Read more about this ride on the Auto Evolution website.

ABOUT PROCAR BY SCAT: No other aftermarket seat can come close in terms of style, comfort or quality at such an affordable price.

SENSIBLE STYLING is the hallmark of a Procar® seat. The clean, classic lines will complement the interior of any automobile, street rod, cruiser, pony car, muscle car, off-road buggy, truck or sport compact. Procar® seats always look like they were meant for your car!

AN AFFORDABLE ALTERNATIVE to your ratty, old, original equipment, Procar® seats won’t bust the budget on your restoration project. Easy installation, with custom mounting brackets available for over 3,000 applications, means you’ll save money and gain the satisfaction of doing the job yourself.

UPGRADE THE QUALITY AND COMFORT of your vehicle when you go with a Procar® seat installation. The all-steel, TIG-welded frame is electrostatically coated for strength and durability. Premium grade fabrics and stitching will stand up to years of wear and tear. Ergonomically shaped cushions, made with high-density, injection-molded foam, ensure comfort with the proper support.

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