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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

’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 […]

2002 Camaro – Last of the 4th Gens

Last of the 4th Gens Owner: Dave Smith Orlando, FL Ever since my first car, a 1975 Camaro, I’ve always had a Camaro in my life. That is, until my four children came along and the Camaro was traded in for a Suburban! Fast forward 20 years and with the kids in college, I decided […]

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