Beating rental cars is nothing new, but there are limits to how far you can push it and get your deposit back. Especially if you're attempting to jump a rented 2010 Camaro SS over train tracks. Ouch. Warning: NSFW language.
This 1969 Camaro SS was given an updated body kit styled to look like the 2010 Camaro SS concept, which itself was partially styled after the 1969 Camaro SS. Oh glorious, mulleted blasphemy!
While searching for a 2010 Camaro SS, a Jalopnik reader came across this photo of a man giving the old one-fingered salute to prospective buyers coming to a Texas Chevy dealer's site. Full image below.
According to the person who posted this pic, the driver of this Camaro SS wanted to celebrate his day-old car purchase by doing a burnout. Quickly followed by losing control, crashing, and getting arrested. UPDATE!
Days after we first learned of a battery cable issue that caused the first reported Camaro crap-out, we're now told GM's officially issuing a recall for the problem on the Camaro SS. UPDATE BELOW.
Yes, I know we've already reviewed the new Chevy Camaro. I don't care, because after driving one around New York City for an hour last week, I'm comfortable saying I love it. America? Fuck yeah.
The 2010 Chevy Camaro SS officially lapped Germany's Nurburgring in 8:19. How does this stack up to other GM products?