ROAD TEST: 2010 Hurst Performance Vehicles Camaro



Chevrolet Chevy Camaro Hurst Performace Supercharged Supercharger LS3


Again, I’m not very well versed in the American Muscle scene and I’m going to assume most of you aren’t either so here’s a little background on Hurst Performance.  Hurst was founded in 1958 and made performance shifters and other performance parts for domestics.  By the late 60’s you could find Hurst performance shifters in many drag race and custom street cars.  Their reputation for quality and functionality grabbed the attention of manufacturers and they began to approach Hurst to help create performance versions of their vehicles.  In 1968 Hurst launched their Specialty Car Program in order to meet this demand and so started the legacy of the Hurst badge. 


Dodge Viper Hurst Performace

(photo courtesy of Hurst)

Hurst has modified a variety of cars throughout the years including classics like the Hemi powered Barracuda, Hemi Dart, and Oldsmobile Hurst/Olds.  In 1988 Hurst released the Hurst/Olds Cutlass which would be the last of the Hurst specialty vehicles until the company revitalized their specialty car program with their Hemi Challenger in 2009. 


Dodge Challenger Hurst Performace

(photo courtesy of Hurst) 

Hurst Performance Vehicles now specializes in delivering out of the box performance for the domestic enthusiast who just want to arrive and drive.  Have they accomplished this?  Come along with us as we give you a tour of the Hurst Performance Vehicle’s 2010 Camaro.



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