When Tony Deloach crashed into a parked car he forgot about the cocaine-laced rolled bill in his Camaro until an officer found it. Deloach then screamed "I'm high on cocaine!" and tried fleeing on foot. He didn't get far.
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.
Questionable Fix No More Department: GM appears to have upgraded the Camaro's noise-abating caliper weights to something a bit more substantial and permanent. The stick-on lead wheel weights are gone!
The General's issued a technical service bulletin for the Chevy Camaro's HVAC system, adding LOCTITE to the rear spoiler and inspecting/repairing the engine harness to make sure the heater hoses don't, you know, rub through over ten years of use.
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!
The General, hoping to ring up a few extra sales, tacitly supports some gay Camaro fan-boys who make videos featuring their favorite car. The result: collapse of civilization!
Hennessey's only producing 24 HPE700 Camaros for $109,000, but with 705 HP and 717 lb-ft of tire melting torque on tap, we could let go of some of the kiddies college fund. Don't judge. You're thinking the same thing.
Last week brought the first test of Hennessey's newest powerhouse, the HPE550 Camaro. This week brings enough new pics and details to make even the most gentlemanly of men hoot and holler.