What is better than an original American classic from the 70s with a 4-speed and loaded options? Nothing. Absolutely nothing. It doesn’t matter that cars from a few years before had more power, because they are less refined, and it also doesn’t matter that cars from later years were better, because they are ugly. Don’t […]
A few years ago you wouldn’t have given much thought to owning a Rockford era TransAm or Camaro, but with the price of every other classic car being higher than the International Space Station, you sometimes have to settle for what you can afford. Personally, I’ve found these cars attractive for a while, but as […]
The second generation Camaro was first sold in 1970 as an upgrade in length, width, power, and price over the outgoing model. Buyers had favored the classic looks of the first generation models for decades, but in the past few years the prices of the 1970-1981 models have gone up. This next example is an original numbers matching survivor that has a high asking price, but could be worth it if the paint is original and still good. Find this 1975 Chevrolet Camaro LT offered for $18,000 in Mobile, AL via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
It happens three or four times a month without fail, strangers approach me in hushed tones and ask “what is the best platform for an engine swap?” At first, I’m taken back by the fact that I’m being asked such a strange question in the middle of Sunday Mass, but then I shrug my shoulders […]
The second generation Camaro was introduced in 1970 and sold as a much improved car over the 1st gen. Unfortunately the styling wasn’t nearly as sharp as the previous generation and today 2nd gen Camaros can be found littering yards all over the midwest while their 1st gen old brothers are treated to frame-off restorations […]