Chevrolet Breaks Out The Cheepnis To Move The Volcanic 1967 Camaro

Chevrolet's Mustang fighter was a big deal when first unveiled, and The General figured they'd need to break out the big guns when it came to advertising the new '67 Camaro. Spare no expense! So, of course, they hired a crew of cut-rate special-effects technicians from the set of a made-for-TV monster movie and put… » 5/28/08 11:00am 5/28/08 11:00am

1989 Chevrolet Camaro RS

When I posted the DOTS Bonus Edition Abandoned Oakland Camaro, I wasn't prepared for all the emails I got pleading with me to add third-gen GM F-bodies to the Eligible For DOTS list. I'm still not 100% convinced they belong in DOTS proper, because they're still pretty common even in rusty parts of the country, but… » 3/14/08 9:00am 3/14/08 9:00am

1978 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am

What car best sums up Malaise Era so-called performance cars than the late-70s Trans Am? Sure, there's the whole Burt Reynolds thing adding some camp value and general notoriety, but this car would be a caricature of its time and place even if "Smokey and the Bandit" had never been made. The scoops! The flares! The… » 10/16/07 9:00am 10/16/07 9:00am

What's the Second-Generation Camaro Anthem?

Sure, the Dead Milkmen references we all use when we're talking about the Chevy Camaro are fun and all, but "Bitchin' Camaro" is obviously about a third-generation Camaro. Recognizing that Friday's Tiny Bitchin' Camaro was modeled after a second-gen F-body, it becomes clear that what we really need to do is decide on… » 10/15/07 9:45am 10/15/07 9:45am