If you are going to make it to this year’s SEMA event, you have to keep an eye out for the Lingenfelter LTA Camaro that’s been three years in the waiting. Ever since Lingengfelter showed off their Camaro LTA concept back in 2009 they have been hit up on by everyone to release a production model, and this year it’s finally ready, in a convertible version no less.
“Due to overwhelming response after displaying conceptual versions of the LTA at previous SEMA Shows and other events, Lingenfelter has decided to take the car to production,” said Ken Lingenfelter, Owner of Lingenfelter Performance Engineering. “As a long-time admirer of the Firebird Super Duty, I initially wanted to build this car to celebrate and improve upon that special brand. After gauging the reactions of interested customers, we learned many enthusiasts share our passion for these eye-catching performance vehicles. And after thousands of inquiries, Lingenfelter determined we had to build limited quantities of the Lingenfelter LTA.”
There are some notable differences between the original concept version and the production versus and Lingenfelter wanted to make sure people were aware of them.
“We’ve taken the time to re-design this car, to re-create factory features and enhance each aspect of the vehicle, from new taillights to a re-designed deck lid and wheels,” he explained. “We aren’t selling individual parts and components for our customers to create this car on their own; we’re delivering a complete, finished vehicle that’s been re-done inside and out.”
Drivers will have their choice from three package options for the Lingenfelter LTA Camaro. The image above is considered the best pick. This includes a 655 horsepower V8 engine, Brembo brakes, 20-inch “Honeycomb” wheels and a completely custom interior. Of course you can’t miss the Lingenfelter badges that show up inside and out to show off how these to die for Camaro versions are official Lingenfelter creations.