Washington Man Pulls American Muscle from an Orchard

By Zach Doell of Bold Ride For most auto enthusiasts, pulling the tarp off an old unseen car is a rare delicacy, but for Dan Stafford, it’s a way of life. Stafford runs Dan’s Garage in Kennewick, Washington, which specializes in GM performance cars from the ‘40s all the way up to the ‘80s. He […]

1969 Red Devil Camaro vs. New Camaro ZL1

By Sam McEachern You may have heard about General Motors engineer Mark Stielow’s 1969 Camaro “Red Devil” before. It’s a fully custom Pro Touring Camaro packing a 7.0-liter LS7 under its hood which is garnished with the cylinder heads, valvetrain and supercharger from a Corvette ZR1. Underneath, it’s equipped with a 3.25:1 nine-inch axle, a […]

Low Mileage ’68 Yenko Camaro At Mecum Auction

By Sam McEachern The Chevrolet models that came out of Don Yenko’s shop were all spectacular. This ’68 Camaro may be a little more so… In the late 1960s, General Motors had a corporate edict which barred any engine larger than 400 cubic inches from finding its way under the hood of their recently released […]

Teen Drives New Camaro ZL1 Into Texas Pool

By Stephen Edelstein If you’re Jeremy Clarkson or anyone involved with one of the Cannonball Run movies, driving a car into a swimming pool is hilarious. If you’re not, it really isn’t. Anyone looking to go for a swim at a certain Harris County, Texas, community pool was–to say the least–inconvenienced when a brand-new 2014 […]

New Camaro Z/28 vs. Porsche 911 GT3: Track Day Shootout!

Flogging two brilliant – and unlikely – competitors with sports car ace Andy Pilgrim By Jonathan Wong    Photos by Josh Scott We’re in a Barber Motorsports Park garage in Birmingham, Ala., on a brisk morning with pro race-car driver Andy Pilgrim — along with the Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 and Porsche 911 GT3, the latest, […]

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 […]

Chevy Engineer Talks 2014 Camaro z/28 Aerodynamics

By Diego Rosenberg The 2014 Camaro Z/28 is a lot more than a big engine in a Camaro—it’s a repurposed performance machine with numerous tweaks to call its own. This “Camaro Z06″ (if you will) has a number of aerodynamic mods that help make the it such a stellar vehicle on the track, so Car […]

Flywheel and Flexplate Tip

Be sure to research the right replacement part for your application. An improperly balanced rotating assembly will wreak havoc on the rest of your motor. In addition to the flywheel and flexplate, you’ll need a new ring gear plate, flywheel/flex plate bolts (optional), Loctite. New GM flywheels can be purchased from Eckler’s. It’s a good […]

New Camaro Z/28 Outruns Its Own Tires

The new 2014 Camaro Z/28 is so fast, it outran its own tires. Here’s how Chevy fixed it. From MotorAuthority  by Nelson Ireson It’s well known that the Chevy Camaro Z/28 has the widest front tires of any production car. At 305 mm wide, those tires produce tremendous grip–especially since they’re Pirelli P Zero Trofeo […]

2016 Camaro News

News from Jalopnik   by Patrick George An all-new Chevrolet Camaro is due out next year as a 2016 model, and it is expected to ditch its aging Zeta platform for a newer, lighter one that underpins the Cadillac CTS and ATS. Just don’t expect the exterior to change all that much. Below is the […]

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