Luka Doncic Arrives At NBA Game In First-Gen Chevy Camaro5
A custom first-generation Chevy Camaro is a great way to make an entrance, as demonstrated by NBA All-Star Luka Doncic this past Christmas.
Prior to his recent match-up against the Los Angeles Lakers, Doncic pulled up to the American Airlines Center in style from behind the wheel of a gorgeous Chevy Camaro. Even at 6-feet, 7-inches tall, the Dallas Mavericks point guard had no issues folding out of the custom muscle car, arriving on the scene dressed in cowboy boots, a Stetson-style hat, and a bolo tie, very much looking the part for the Texas game.
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Finished in a rich blue hut, Doncic’s first-gen Chevy Camaro looks good, with the blue paint paired with polished chrome exterior detailing and a set of polished aftermarket wheels to boot. Wrapped in Nitto rubber, the wheels include a multi-spoke design and polished lip, adding a nice dash of flash to the look. The interior of the NBA star’s Chevy Camaro also appears to be finished in blue.
Initially debuting in September of 1966, the first-generation Chevy Camaro was produced for the 1967 through 1969 model years, with the subsequent second-generation Chevy Camaro introduced in February of 1970 for the 1970 model year. Under the body panels, the first-gen Chevy Camaro was based on the GM F-body platform, and was offered as both a two-door coupe and as a convertible. Customers had a variety of powerplant options on the table, including a 3.8L inline six-cylinder as the base engine, plus a slew of V8 options up to 396 cubic inches.
The Mavericks would go on to beat the Lakers, racking up 124 points to the Lakers’ 115 points. Doncic added 32 points to the Mavs’ score.
Interestingly, Doncic celebrated the Christmas holiday by gifting his coaches and fellow teammates with a fleet of Segway all-electric scooters and an arsenal of NERF toy guns. The gesture earned Concic the nickname “Luke Claus.”
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Beautiful Blue 1st Gen Camaro!!
And glad to see the Dallas beating the LA Lakers with Doncic’s 32 points!
Who? And why should anyone care?
Nice car though
Honestly…this is hardly “newsworthy!” So some guy has a custom Camaro, so does my neighbour, and the one down the street has a custom GTO, another a 442, another a Vette…the list goes on. Perhaps the author is running out of topics, much like the continual addition in every article, of reminding readers what drivetrain every car could be equipped with? Maybe publish less often, but insure content is worth the read…just a thought.
How in the heck can a person with a 6 foot, 7 inch frame fit into a Camaro, even with seat extenders? I’m 6′ 5″ and can’t fit comfortably in a Camaro, Corvette, or Mustang. My ride is a Suburban.
Tall people being folded up in small interior cabin vehicles will experience knee and hip joint pain after being underway for a few minutes.
😂😂😂Why he walking like a woman leaving the club at 2 am wearing stilettos all night. Take them boots off.