The new 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is a lightened, track focused pony car with a 500 horsepower V8 and no radio. But its name has been around since 1966. Let's take a quick look at the family.
To drive in the International Race of Champions, you need to be at a winner. To drive today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe IROC-Z you need only have the necessary cash. The question is, will its price have you saying ROC-on?
It's been too long since we've featured some classic American iron for our weekend wallpaper, don't you think? So what better way to celebrate our V8-loving heritage than with a classic Camaro?
One of the common euphemisms for level of drunkenness is to be three sheets to the wind. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Camaro is unique in that it's two seats to the wind, but will you find its price to be sobering?
For most people who are passionate about cars and driving them, variety is the spice of automotive life. With this in mind, driving only one model of a car for the rest of your life would seem like a miserable sentence to all but the most dedicated automotive fanboys.
When people hear things like Cobra, Z28 and R/T they automatically think performance, or at least an attempt at performance. This weekend we want to know about the interesting less recognizable performance options, now forgotten by all but those truly obsessed with cars. What is your favorite forgotten performance…
Chevrolet was taking charge with their "High Output" Camaro for 1984. The company was so proud of the updated Z28 they decided to create this vintage advertisement showing the new Camaro doing what it did best—dodging computer generated orbs and stopping for Godzilla like creatures in the middle of the road.
Half-baked, half-assed, half-hearted, there's lots of negatives associated with the image of halves. However, as today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe 1970 and a half Z-28 proves, being awesome is half the battle.
Last week we met the 2012 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. Although many thought the model designed to compete with the Mustang GT500 would be the next Camaro to wear the famous Z28 badge, Chevrolet opted for ZL1. Here's why.
The owner of the black Lexus HS 250h in this picture made two mistakes: illegally parking in a handicap spot and illegally parking in the handicap spot usually used by the owner of this classic Z/28 Camaro. [Pro-Touring]
The owner of a 1998 Camaro Z28 just happened to have his buddy shooting video during a street challenge from a fourth-generation Mustang. No one invited the Crown Vic that pulled into the street, triggering a crash and jail time.