The Camaro Computer Is The Perfect Gift for the Sophisticated Mullet-Wearing DriverS

In what is equal parts must have accessory for new Camaro fan boys and strange mixture of car love and technology, check out the 2011 Chevrolet Camaro PC Rides Computer found on craigslist just in time too late for Christmas.

Perusing Craigslist this time of year, you see a lot of people trying to capitalize on the Holiday Spirit to sell cars. Very rarely do you see people trying to capitalize on the Holiday Spirit to sell computers that look like cars. Behold the 2011 Camaro PC Rides computer.

A must have for the new Camaro fan in your life, the 2011 Camaro computer is an entire desktop PC fit into what looks like an oversized toy car. The headlights even light up when you push the oversized Chevy logo in the front to turn the Camaro on. Whenever the hard drive is active the taillights flash red.

Judging from the basic specifications, it looks like the new Camaro computer is competitive in the base model, with different performance modifications available from the manufacturer. The Camaro computers advertised are only available in red and black. If you want to pay a premium and get that brand new computer smell, you can order them from the factory, in whatever color you would like.

The Camaro Computer Is The Perfect Gift for the Sophisticated Mullet-Wearing DriverS


The Camaro computer is made by a company called PC Rides under license from GM. We featured one of the company's Dodge Magnum computers several years ago when they offered the Magnum, Charger and Viper SRT 10. For whatever reason, a couple years later at PC Rides, Mopar is out and GM is in. The company is working on developing their next model, a 2011 Chevrolet Corvette computer, which should be available sometime next year.