If an engine’s induction system is only as good as its weakest link, then a set of 400-cfm cylinder heads, giant intake valves, and mega-flow carburetors don’t mean squat if they’re getting choked upstream by an inadequate air filter. Even so, most hot rodders pay very little attention to the
SEMA 2013 may have wrapped-up, but we’re still getting over all the awesome Camaros we saw throughout the week. One F-body that really stood-out was this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 built by Unlimited Fabrication and Pomona Valley Customs. The Camaro is owned by Arthur Shapiro, and boy is he lucky.
Anticipated extra demand for the 2016 Camaro, which was named Motor Trend’s Car of the Year, has motivated General Motor’s decision to add a third shift and consequently more than 500 hourly and salaried jobs to its Lansing Grand River plant, it was anticipated extra demand for the 2016 Camaro.
If you’re a car guy, specifically one interested in muscle – which, since you are reading Super Chevy, it is fair to assume you are – I can promise you two things. One: your kneejerk reaction to the 2.0-liter turbo in the 2016 Camaro was one of outrage and disgust;
In 1969, Chevrolet built a very limited number of Camaros equipped with the legendary 427 cubic-inch ZL1 V8. Dressed down in luxury options to make way for the finest performance hardware Chevrolet had to offer – in grand sleeper tradition – these rare models are referred to as the COPO
Since the introduction of the first Chevrolet Camaro back in 1967, the pony car has become an iconic piece of automotive history, and helped shape a design legacy that is about to enter its sixth generation. In honor of this event, Chevrolet asked five designers to reflect on what has
Speed. Power. Noise. Ice. And a near complete and total lack of visibility. This is why the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro SS is both the best and the worst car for driving in a blizzard. And I wouldn’t have it any other way. This past weekend, the skies unleashed a torrent
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With “How It’s Made: Dream Cars,” your Camaro now qualifies as a dream car. It just happens to be slightly more attainable than the Lamborghinis, Bugattis, and even Corvettes that the hit Discovery Channel show has portrayed. This episode dives into the Grand River assembly plant Lansing, Michigan, where the