MASHPEE, MA—An 18-month infant is reportedly recovering from a severe case of heatstroke today after local parking lot attendees found her trapped inside a sweet-ass Camaro, police said in a press conference today.
Officials said the infant, Annabelle West of Mashpee, was hospitalized with extreme heat exposure after being left unattended in the friggin’ awesome four-wheeled machine—a 1968 Chevy Camaro SS 350 with a sick white paint job and black vinyl interior—for over 30 minutes on Tuesday while her mother was shopping at the local Safeway.
“At approximately 10:50 a.m. this morning, police received alerts from supermarket employees of a small child trapped in the backseat of an absolutely nasty ’68 Camaro,” Lt. Mike McCusker told reporters. “Officers immediately responded to the scene and discovered a vintage first-generation ride with a fully restored exterior, original 302 V8 engine under the hood, and a sick chrome alternator.”
“Based on what we know, the exhaust is from Flowmaster and it sounds awesome,” McCusker continued. “The child was taken to Mercy Hospital, and I bet that Camaro can really fucking purr.” (more…)
The Chicago Auto Show launches tomorrow, and camaro.com has a preview of the Camaros you’ll see there. We had a chance to sneak in ahead of the crowds today, so head on over to Brian’s photo album for a look at what we shot.
Chevrolet revealed the 2015 Camaro Commemorative Edition at the SEMA Show today. The special edition celebrates the success of the fifth-generation Camaro – which is on track to be America’s best-selling performance car for five consecutive years – and marks the final year for the fifth generation. The special edition goes on sale this spring.
Happy Veteran’s Day from Camaro.com!
We wanted to bring you a great American Camaro story from a 39 year old Marine, David Mullins, who served for 4 years in the military. If you take a look at the picture below, David purchased a jet-black Camaro. Who wouldn’t want a sleek jet-black Camaro?
What makes this Camaro unique is the David’s dedication to American POWs and soldiers who were missing in action.
Camaro. A true representation of American Muscle.
We re-launched this website to bring together a community of Camaro enthusiasts and Camaro owners. There is no place on the World Wide Web that allows Camaro lovers to post photos of their Second Generation Camaro that they remodeled,