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…
I was driving on Interstate 66 on my way home from work when it happened – the odometer on my 2015 Chevrolet Camaro clicked over and displayed 5,000 miles. Yes, since purchasing my brand-new Camaro 1LS for $16,999 in October, I’ve put approximately 5,000 miles on the car, and in that time I’ve changed.
I was going to post this as a comment here but figured it would be better as its own post. Working at a dealership gives me daily access to every vehicle currently made by GM. Here are my impressions of them all, starting with the super-cheap and working up.
This is also on our showroom floor. The blue cars match the blue building, which makes me happy. ‘Vette lurking in the background along with some particularly festive balloons.
when are these people going to let it go?
Waiting at a red light on a slight incline, I gently tap my Camaro’s throttle pedal while feathering out its clutch just at the moment the light turns green. If this were a drag race, my reaction time would be spectacular. But this is not a drag race, and within milliseconds of disengaging the clutch I feel it happen.
I had some spare time today, so I stopped by the local Chevy to take a look at the much-vaunted new Camaro. I’m not looking to buy, but this car made such a splash, I couldn’t resist meeting it in person. If I had to buy a new car today, it would be high on the short list.
Dealership recently took delivery of a 2016 Camaro SS with a 6-speed. It was blaaaack. Here are some photos of it I shot. It drives rather nice. Clutch is super stiff, though. Also the salesmen further proved they’re all idiot manchildren who know nothing about cars by hooning about in a car with 4 miles on it. Sure…
I like this.
The Camaro RS is the one you buy when you want an SS but realize the monthly payment on that would eat up the spare change you usually spend on NASCAR tickets. Traditionally the RS has punished you for this with an economy car exhaust, lethargic V6, and an interior that crumbles at the slightest hint of a breath.…
I am not Michael Roselli, and thus I cannot film or edit a video anywhere near as well as he can. And although his reel of the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro V6’s exhaust note confirms that the car sounds incredible, I’ve got some shocking news: the 2015 Camaro V6 already came with an aurally pleasing exhaust note. Seriously.
I’m a sucker for a good deal, which is how I find myself holding title to a brand-new 2015 Chevrolet Camaro.
This morning I left cool and soggy Los Angeles for cold and snowy Bozeman, and I couldn’t be happier. I’m up here with Dave Burnett, aka. Puppyknuckles, and tomorrow we hit the road west, bound for Seattle in a 2016 Chevrolet Camaro. What model we’ll be in is up to the automotive gods, but if you want to send some…
I mean, you can’t top the lyrical genius that is Rappin for Jesus, but you can get close:
(MS Paint almost as bad as a 2015 interior trololol)
Over the summer my 68 Camaro was used in a music video. The video was finally released yesterday. It’s not bad for a two man crew and home built equipment. Had some fun helping out. Was a little awkward driving though.