Camaro drivers! Not to be outdone by the Mustang crowd, they are ever-adapting to the age of the internet meme. But without the Cars & Coffee street cred, are the shoes too big to fill? It’s going to be an interesting summer.
Yesterday saw the first outdoor car show for many of us car enthusiasts in the Portland metro area. A good chunk of the Camaro club attended a run by on of the local mustang clubs. Some of the members (including myself) left the Camaro’s at home and brought another of our cars. This was a decent show with some great…
Was everything I could have hoped for and more. If you can and think you might want to drive it, do it. Also weekdays are good if possible.
I pulled around a customer’s 2015 Camaro SS Convertible. I need one. I’ve wanted a convertible forever. But today, hearing that V8 and feeling how stupidly quick it was (even for only 500 feet) made me realize I need a V8 Convertible. Maybe I’m ready to embrace my inner Jersey Shore.
(It’s a new year and soon Ill release a new list of affordable Ferrari track eaters, in the meanwhile enjoy this classic list of sports cars and widow makers which are still hard to replace, although there are some new contenders. Stay tuned for my updated list on Friday morning.)
The weather was great over the cars and coffee weekend. People showed up in droves and I had to park in the boonies again due to my inability to get up early.
Just do it Chevy.
A 1967 thing.
Ok, an opportunity has arisen and I’m trying to weigh out all the options.
So today begins my what’s going to surely be months long search for my next car. I’m looking to replace my Sonic. I’ll be posting a lot to Oppo over the next few months because you guys are really helpful with stuff like this.
It’s that time of year again for the Portland Roadster Show. Celebrating its 60th year. The Columbia River Camaro Club (The club I am a member of and currently the Vice President and Historian) have put together an amazing club display for the show this year. These pics are of nothing but our club display. I will be…
Chevy unveiled the newest Camaro ZL1 and with it keep talking about the revised Flowtie. The Flowtie is if you recall, a unique Chevy badge made specifically to increase airflow to the engine bay on high-performance models. I will be honest, I’m a bit disappointed in Chevy has not made reference to the original use of…
Driving the 16 camaro has reoriented my feelings towards it and (maybe) the company. I knew I’d be in for a treat, but I was still pleasantly surprised after just a few hours behind the wheel. Mine seemed to be the base model, V6 automatic (nothing I can do there, it being a rental lot in Chicago).
It all started in mid-2015. When Chevrolet announced the 2016 Camaro SS would have 55 more horsepower than my 2013 Camaro SS and would be 200 pounds lighter with a refreshed interior and would come with a new “track mode” it began make my Camaro feel a bit dated. The 5th Generation Camaro exterior has aged well, but…
I will now spam you lot with pics of the V6 1LE in green, because I can. And this color rocks.
Is on the science channel right now!!
It’s been a while since we got an update on your Camaro project. It’s my dream car to do an early 2nd gen ‘Maro too so I’m interested in following.
Since buying my 2014 Camaro last April, I have been wanting to add some stripes of some kind to break up all the red on the car. I finally decided on a theme and got it done. I decided to Yenko-fy my Camaro with 1969 inspired stripes and adding the actual badges on the car. The hood is pretty much a copy of the 69…