All the hormones in all the confused, pubescent teenagers in all the world can never fix that Camaro Z/28 they (allegedly) wrecked.
The car has traveled only 17,000 miles in 30 years.
Two four-barrel carburetors, more than 8.8 liters of displacement, and 869 horses of throwback racing fun. Assuming, that is, you can find a roller to drop it in.
It’s Chevy vs.Chevy, plus some retro Ford Fox body-ness. Plus a supercharger. Plus some nitrous. And a few backward baseball caps.
Just another day at the office.
The 2016 Camaro was seen getting high. On high roads, that is.
We’re not sure what to think.
So that 580 horsepower has you a little bored lately, huh?
The Porsche 918 Spyder is the fastest production car that Car and Driver has ever tested at Virginia International Raceway. So how, exactly, did a $73,000 Camaro match its performance through portions of the race track?
American muscle doesn’t only live; it thrives, here at Virginia International Raceway.
Do parking lot donuts = get charged with a felony?
With over 500 hours spent on the paint alone, this very special Camaro wouldn’t be complete without a 650-horse LS3.
TFL Car spied what they think is a 2016 Chevrolet Camaro convertible, possibly with the anticipated turbocharged four-cylinder. We think it can’t come to market soon enough.
The cheapest way to run in the 9s?