The Haltom City, Texas police department's built the first patrol car out of a new Camaro SS. They could've just added a light bar. Instead, they worked with a local Texas custom shop to build one epically cool patrol car.
Doting parents decided to surprise their son Shane with a yellow and black Camaro SS for his 16th birthday. The dad says he wants to teach Shane to drive properly rather than just assume he won't hoon a slow car.
There's a new Chevy Camaro, but with Pontiac dead, aftermarket shops are stepping into the Atlanta-bound-truck-trailer-filled-with-beer-sized breach, designing their own conversion kits for a new Trans Am. One shop's conveniently left theirs stagedoutside for a GMInsideNews forumite to photograph.
When we say the Chevy Camaro is built like a tank we mean it's almost impossible to see out of. A Cincinnati man, however, proved the car's either exceptionally safe or he's exceptionally lucky after walking away from this crash.
The Aussie love may go both ways if GM's "Maximum" Bob Lutz is to be believed. He claims while we'll get a Four-Door Corvette our friends down under will get a right-hand-drive version of the Chevy Camaro.
In the Ezra Dyer-penned musclegasm on the Chevy Camaro in this Sunday's NYT Automobiles section, Dyer claims that, for seemingly unknown reasons, automotive writers think the Camaro's inferior to the Mustang. The one reason we know that he ignores, below.
The web search engine with the extraneous exclamation point's put together an early list of the ten most searched-for cars of 2009. Unexpectedly to some, online auto searches seem less about sales and more about what makes car fan-boys excited.