1967 Camaro RS: Queen of Camaros

Owned by George & Bobbie Hedrick   Lyles, TN The Hedrick’s pampered ’67 Z/28 enjoys a life of ease and trophy-collecting All love stories have a beginning, and this one is no different. As is the case with most ladies, she belonged to another man. And for sixteen years, George Hedrick of Lyles, TN made many […]

New Camaro?

By Manoli Katakis There was a bit of a surprise at the GM Renaissance Center today. As you can see from the photos, there were multiple custom Chevrolet Camaros surrounded by a film crew in GM’s circular showroom. Just what is the occasion? Are they New York International Auto Show surprises? Chevy did catch everyone […]

1969 COPO Clone on eBay Still An Expensive Proposition

By Diego Rosenberg Before 1970, General Motors had an edict that restricted cubic inches depending on the bodystyle. Chevrolet’s compact (Chevy II/Nova), mid-size (Chevelle), and pony car (Camaro) could not have anything larger than a 396, while full-size cars and the Corvette could get the 427. Meanwhile, across town at Chrysler and Ford, they were […]

2014 Camaro Z/28 vs. Nissan GT-R

by Sam McEachern Chevrolet engineers rocketed the performance of the Zeta-based fifth-generation Camaro to new heights with the hard-core 2014 Camaro Z/28. They bench-marked the car against top tier supercars which cost thousands of dollars more, like the Nissan GT-R and Porsche 911. So far, the Z/28 has proved to be more than a worthy […]

A Pair of 2014 Z/28s Run Around Barber Motorsports Park

Watch a pair of 2014 Z/28 Camaros run around Barber Motorsports Park (Video) by Jonathan Demacedo Ever wonder what it would be like to be given free reign to race a 500+ hp, tire-shredding, asphalt-devouring all-American muscle car around a professional racing circuit? Well, our friends from Car and Driver sure know how, and are […]

1969 Pro Touring Camaro – Something Better

Owned by: Tom Panaseny, Tampa, FL Tom Panaseny grew up on Long Island, NY helping his Dad work on the family cars. In 1969, his neighbor drove home in a new 1969 Camaro Indy Pace Car – white with orange stripes and orange interior. Tom thought it was the coolest car he’d ever seen. It […]

Chevrolet Performance Rewards Loyal NHRA Racers

Chevrolet Performance, the high-performance parts division of Chevrolet, has announced that it will increase its contingency payouts to those who race in NHRA-sanctioned events using Chevrolet Performance parts while displaying the brand’s decals. Says Jim Campbell, General Motors U.S. Vice President of Performance Vehicles and Motorsports, “Chevrolet has a long history of supporting NHRA drag racers […]

Show Judging: Vehicle Exteriors

Every Camaro’s exterior, regardless of class, is judged for panel alignment, sheetmetal condition, fit of moving components, and finish quality on the entire exterior to include glass, wheels & tires. All these items need to be addressed as the car is being restored, as trying to gain point loss on a completed car is costly […]

Camaro Back Panel Tip

Have you always loved the blacked-out tail panel look that appears on the Berger Camaros? First, remove the tail panel. Pick up a can of Krylon Fusion Satin Black, which is supposed to bond to most any plastic or coated surface without sanding or priming. Just to add an extra measure of security (and to […]

’69 Camaro – The Project

Owner: Rick Scott, Sorrento, FL Rick’s Bio: I have always been a Chevy enthusiast. Beverly and I have owned a couple of 1956 Chevys, and she now drives a 1990 IROC-Z convertible with less than 55 thousand miles. So when it gets too hot here in the Florida summer, we can take her Camaro and […]

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