Welcome me back once again!

So, here’s the deal.

I used to have a nice little web site for my 1996 Camaro SS.  You can see it here.  It was pretty cool for my very first web site.

Then I picked up a 2002 Camaro SS, so naturally I had to make a new site for it.  It looked like this.  Then I revamped it and it became the PhantomSS.Com that most people think of.  You can still view it here as I left it when I sold my 2002 Camaro SS.

Here we are once again, a new Camaro and a new PhantomSS.Com.  It is almost becoming a tradition.

This site will be a running (b)log of my 2010 Camaro SS project.  There’s lots of stuff happening to it, so you may want to consider subscribing to my RSS feed or adding your e-mail to my mailing list (upper right corner).  Some cool stuff is going to happen and you don’t want to miss it.


(Note: This is the last entry from my old 2002 Camaro SS site. I closed off the old site and copied most of the relevant entries to this current site. All entries after this one are related to my 2010 Camaro SS project)

Many of my loyal readers are wondering why there hasn’t been an update in…well…a long time.  After the wheels were done and another Camaro Superfest award for 2006 was on the wall, I started to think about the future.

With the 2010 Camaro on the way, I wanted to make sure that I had the financials to get one and do it up right, my way.  So, after many weeks of agonizing decision making, I sold my 2002 Camaro SS in the fall of 2006.  It went to someone who assured me it would be well taken care of and you might see it around the state of Virginia and at various f-body car shows.

I won’t be making many updates to this site for a while until my next Camaro is in my garage, but I will be leaving it up for those who want to check out what I did to the project while I had it.  Until next time, catch me on CamaroZ28.Com or listen to Chris Frezza and I every week on the CamaroZ28.Com Podcast.

I want to thank everyone for the kind words that were offered about my 2002 Camaro.  If you thought it was a kick ass car, just wait until you see what I have planned for my next one.

- Jason Debler

P.S. Don’t forget to grab a set of SmoothLocks. 🙂


Prototype wheels are on:  Finally, the prototype wheels were completed and mounted. See the images below.  This is just the beginning, more pics and additional details to come in the near future.

New headers:  I took my car to Advanced Powersports in Clinton Township, MI to install a set of Quick Time Performance long tube headers and y-pipe.  The fit and finish cannot be beat.  These are hands down the best premium stainless LS1 header on the market.

Another 1st place win!  This year, my Camaro took first place at the 2005 Camaro Superfest in the ’98-’02 Modified category.  It was a very narrow victory, my friends who took 2nd and 3rd gave me a serious run for my money


My search for new wheels for my car is over…I designed my own.

All the details are here!

More information is coming soon!

2 . 8 . 05

Spring is on the way again!   Good, because Michigan winter sucks.  Lots of things have been planned over the past few months for the Camaro and they are looking to be finally coming together.  Heads and cam are just about finalized and a nitrous kit is on the way with a lot more beyond that.  Oooh…it is gonna be good.

If you have been reading these entries for a decent amount of time, you will know that I have been struggling with getting some new wheels for my Camaro.  From poor fitment of one style to just being unable to decide on another.  After two years, my solution has arrived.  I am not able to mention many details at this point, but what it came down to is since I wanted it done my way, I had to do it myself.  Chew on that for a while.