Each year just 69 COPO Camaros are produced. Paul Denski and his wife Kathy now own one. There are perhaps no two more deserving people in
The City of Ypsilanti agrees to sponsor the annual Camaro Superfest by fixing the road inside Riverside Park. By ASHLEE BUHLER COURTESY OF BARRY HENSEL
Camaro’s of Michigan has a new product for purchase. This is a logo trunk badge that you can use instead of the Camaro’s of Michigan window decal. This badge is made from premium UV rated composite plastic and will withstand the sun and rain. If you are a Camaro’s of Michigan Club Member you can purchase the trunk badge at a discount.
Camaro’s of Michigan had a car show on July 29, 2019, to raise money for our charity by having a live auction and selling tickets for the 50/50 raffle and we were able to raise $1,300.00 for our charities. We donated $1,000 to Hospice of Holland and the $150.00 we donated to the American Cancer Society and $150.00 to the American Diabetes Association. The Harvest Stand Ministries Food Pantry collected 300lbs of food from our patriots that attended our car show. The show was a great success! We thank everyone that came to our car show.
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Camaro’s of Michigan are having issues with Yahoo, Comcast, Hotmail e-mail and wondering why we don’t respond back. We are getting your e-mails but, the reason is because our hosting company is having issue with replying to customers with these e-mails. These companies for some reason is blocking the IP gateway from our hosting company and are on a black list.
Our hosting company as already contacting these other companies to remove them from their blacklist. We are waiting patiently to get this issue resolved soon as possible but, s of right now they not done that. If you have a g-mail e-mail that seems to work with no problems. We will response using our Camaro’s of Michigan g-mail address to customers that have these e-mail addresses.
As dawn arrives, a fire-red figure emerges on the horizon, LS7 Lingenfelter V8 engine roaring, and exhaust billowing from its tightly tucked pipes. The heavily armored, high power, rear-wheel drive weapon of tire destruction rolls-up, its driver grinning ear-to-ear. It’s not every day that you encounter a second-gen Chevy Camaro with ass-loads of street cred and the performance mods to back it up, which is precisely why TCI Engineering’s project car is in front of you today.
The Motor City Camaro Club invited Camaro’s of Michigan and members and anyone from Facebook Camaro’s of Michigan Group and is heading to the Gilmore Museum on Saturday, October 5th. Join with us, the more the merrier.
The Chevrolet Performance Challenge Series brought a lot of action to Memphis International Raceway this past weekend. The series was held in conjunction with the Inaugural Comp Cams NMCA Memphis Homecoming. Below is the complete press release courtesy of ProMedia written by Mary Lendzion.
Drivers were dialed in and deadly for the Chevrolet Performance Challenge Series’ 13th Annual LSX Shootout, which was held along with the Inaugural Comp Cams NMCA Memphis Homecoming, May 2-5 at Memphis International Raceway in Tennessee.
There was a sea of street machines of every shape and size at the Street Machine Nationals in Du Quoin, Illinois. If you want to see the most amazing Pro Street cars, this is the place to be. It’s where the movement gained its notoriety (and maybe its infamy) and is still alive, well, and highly represented at the event. Even though there are new builds introduced each year, it’s been a long time since we’ve seen a modern car done Pro Street style as they did back in the day.