Finally got my wheels back from powdercoating!
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.
We grilled out tonight as a family because we were all off tonight. Peeps have to work tomorrow. I took some snaps of the family fleet
recycled electric car anyone?
This classic Chev, minus its flashy rolling stock, would look right at home in downtown Havana. I think one of the detailers here at the dealership owns it.
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?
With an awesome road trip coming up in my 2000 Camaro to the Camaro Rally in Sturgis, SD, I decided to finally get a good camera for documenting the trip and then just taking pics at all the car shows I end up hitting during the year. So for the first time messing with the camera, decided to use the 68 as the test bed…
if the car above had used the badges and lights like the one below, it may have confused me
I had forgotten some of the benefits of living in Southeast Kansas. One such benefit is pristine minitrucks.
FYI , Emerson Fittipaldi once put his name on a Holden Commodore
I present to you... my chariot for the next 3 days while I commute back/forth to a seminar. It comes complete with glorious Ecotec 1.4T of justice. Horsepower adding company logo stickers have been blurred.
Last Sunday was round 2 of Modern Muscle Drags and the first time I’ve mounted the drag radials on the back of the Camaro. They made a huge difference, even with me struggling to get the car to actually spin the in the burnout box. Right off the bat my wheel hop issues are gone and the car now squats and goes! My best…
Recently I moved down to Virginia for a new job and just happen to be pretty close to a racetrack many of you know ;). This past weekend I was at Virginia International Raceway (VIR). Photographing for the support races, F1600/F2000/Atlantic Championship Series; What can I say about this experience?
Well both my grandfather and myself have go off the into the deep end of car restoration. We have done bare metal restorations in the past (my 68 Camaro being one of them), but we have never pulled a body off the frame or have had access to a rotisserie. Well a fellow car guy down the road let us have access to one…