Yenko’s First 1967 Camaro Heads to Auction

from Bold Ride  by Zach Doell No matter where you look, the talk of the town remains that Ferrari 250 GTO that sold for $38 million at Pebble Beach. We love it too, but it’s not the only rare breed that’s crossing the block these days. Up for sale at Mecum Auction’s Dallas is this remarkable 1967 Chevrolet Camaro, but […]

The Keeper: 69 Camaro

By Pete Jamieson   New Castle, DE A 5-year body-off restoration turns this ’69 Z/28 into a real stunner I was only 7 years old in 1975 when my uncle, Kevin Green, wheeled this car into the back corner of the garage. It wouldn’t see the light of day again until 2007. He had paid $400. […]

POR-15 Tip

Coating your surface rusted floor pans with POR-15 is a great idea. First step is to scrap away all the old surface rust with a wire brush. After the dust/rust particles have been vacuumed up, thoroughly clean the surface with POR-15’s Cleaner/Degreaser. Next comes the Metal Prep (also from POR-15), then you’re ready to apply […]

Monte Carlo Masterpiece

OK, we realize this story is about a Monte Carlo. Nonetheless, we thought you’d enjoy this story, because not only is it a Chevrolet, it’s one heck of a ride. By FUEL, Issue #3, Chevrolet Performance Arrival of warm weather means one thing: getting ready for cruise nights and show season. Over at Chevrolet Performance, […]

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 […]

Rear Disc Brake Tip

While many folks are content with slapping on a new set of front discs, very few people take the time to do it right and upgrade the rear as well. There’s a host of reasons to pitch out those old shoes and slap on a set of rotors, the obvious one being vastly superior braking […]

Water Pump and Coolant Tip

When installing a new water pump, or after flushing out your system, never reuse old coolant. Over time it can chemically break down and actually harm and attack the internals of your cooling system.           Also: Old gasket removal is highly critical to obtaining a good, leak-free seal. Using a putty […]

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 […]

Steering Column Wiring Harness Tip

When removing the old switch from the column, tie a piece of string or twine to the end of the connector. This can be used to feed and guide the new harness down through the shaft cover.

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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