400+ kph TransAM
it's in german
http://www.autozeitung.de/polly-motorsp ... 11432.html
https://www.autoblog.nl/archive/2008/12 ... 407134-kmu
another 300+ kph TransAm - in english
http://firebirdnest.com/index.php/20-3r ... -82banksta
i am a firebird and trans am lover, so i'll leave you another one here that's way more expensive but
an amazing car nonetheless just ignore the annoying youtuber doing the video.
firebirds/transams and camaro's from the 3rd gen (82+) are caged beasts that are dead cheap because they're somehow still untouched and underappreciated for their raw potential. they're generally seen as a 'redneck dumbass' vehicle, and i can't judge whether that is earned - i think you could compare it here in europe to certain individual groups of north-african descent that compulsively drive VolksWagen Gti's - but those V8's have so much potential.
you can remove the seats, upholstery, floor carpeting, centre console, dashboard, remove unneccesary trunk material (you can sell all that for money if you want and earn back costs if it's more expensive than planned), you can put a lexan rear window replacement in, remove airco if present, and then you'll find that the engine is dead easy to tune to proposterous dimensions without excessive tricks. change the headers, cams, carb, intake, change the diff, remove the cat, and you won't know what'll hit you.
and that's without a compressor kit on it that'll boost engine power skyhigh.
the thing to realize though, is that 3000 euro's is not gonna cover it, not nearly enough ever. no way in hell.
there's too much involved, not the least to mention SAFETY and that starts with 2 things: BRAKES and TIRES.
the tires on your car for that price are NOT gonna handle those speeds. neither will the stock - surely used - brakes. even if the brakes normally work fine, at those speeds, they're fried within one push and you're gonna KILL yourself and other people potentially too.
and i haven't even delved into suspension, car stability, or a rollcage which only adds weight.
the 300+ club is not to be underestimated.
i suggest you save some money up and buy yourself a BMW m3 or M5 and tickle it. Or a Maserati with a Ferrari engine in it and give it a service, balance, brake upgrade and engine tuning. take upholstery, seats. etc out of the car any unneccesary weight and give it a shot. if you hit 285 or 290 kph in real speed, you should already be happy.
but thinking you can achieve those speeds with that laughably low budget is asking for injury and problems. to be very honest, it sounds like the kind of theory you need to be talked out for if somebody remotely serious pops such a budget.
we're also talking driveability at those speeds.
if you want a real speed rush, go make a quarter mile car. you can build one relatively cheap and propel yourself to outlandish speeds. but whilst saying that, go ahead and do some research in how money there is needed for anything serious there. and reconcider.