Malcom's Horsepower Heaven
Designed by: Malcom Davis
My name is Malcom Davis and I am a junior at
Valdosta State University. I am currently
working on my Bachelor's degree from the Early Childhood and Reading Education
Department. I am part of the 2004 South Georgia
College Cohort and should finish up my degree in the Spring of 2006.
Since I have been about 16 years old working on vehicles has been a hobby
of mine. I now own a 2002 red Chevy Z-28. I got this car on Feb. 5th of 2003.
In 2002 Genenal Motors stopped production of what they called their F-body
line. This included the Camaro Z-28, Firebird, and the Trans Am. The particular
car that I purchased is a 35th Aniversery Edition and was one of the last
Z-28s to roll off of the GM assembly lines. After purchasing the car I began
to modify to fit my taste. Since I love to go fast that is exactly what I
am making my car do, go fast. I have managed to accomplish alot of what I
have done with help of a group of people from my favorite website LS1 Tech.com. This website has several
forums with a variety of information to help with anything a person could
want to do to one of these cars. I used this forum to decide on several of
my modifications for the car which include a TSP
clear induction lid, TCI
3500 converter, and a Strange 12 bolt.
Here are some other pics of my car and some of my other favorite F-body pics.
Since I am such a car enthusiast one place that I have been to
recently was South Georgia Corvettes
in Thomasville, Georgia. This
performance shop is owned by a man named Aaron Scott. He has been working
on Corvettes now for about the past 20 years. He said "it started out as
a hobby in my back yard and now has evolved into my life." I saw some of the
most rare Corvettes ever built three of which Mr. Scott owned.