The Chevelle’s ready for next year as is, but that Camaro... hoo boy.
I hate it being cooped up in the garage.
A couple weeks ago my Camaro club held their annual Fall Colors Run here in the Portland, Oregon area. The area has been hit heavy with wildfires and the smoke and ash in the air has been really bad, so the 68 and 2000 drop top stayed in the garage and the 17 went for a road trip.
Here’s the best looking car I’ve seen all week
It looks like it could have been taken in the 80's.
Another pair’o Camaro:
Every August the Columbia River Camaro Club heads to Ocean Shores, WA for a couple of days of relaxing, chatting and eating as a club. We have quite a bit of fun enjoying the town by having a mini golf tournament, racing each other on some go-karts, and then heading back to a members house for horseshoes, pool and…
its that time again, friendly PSA and/or shameless plug.
TL;DR: Camaro Turbo 6-speed, Bolt or Volt?
With the purchase of my new camera a couple months ago, I have been using the day lights out of it. Finally had the opportunity to get both of my oldies together for some photos.
I started any sort of foray into the world of automotive journalism with this video. It is not good by any means.
So on Sunday I went and traded off my 2014 Camaro SS. Traded it for a new 2017 Camaro SS, auto and BLUE! I’m a huge sucker for a blue car.
My grandfather had this back in the 80s. 1983 Z28. He pulled whatever the stock engine and trans were, and dropped in a built 350 (good for 425hp, according to him) from a ‘68 Chevelle post car he had (I don’t think he has any pictures- I gotta find out!) and put in a built, full reverse manual valve body TH350. He…
So this morning I was coming back to the shop in a customer car (17 Tucson Sport 1.6t) and found myself across a light from a little Babushka in a beat-up version of this exact car:
I would buy a Camaro with the 5.3L V8 in it. What advantages would it have? Not sure, don’t care. The question is, would it wear the standard or SS body?