This 1995 Chevrolet Z28 was built by GM as a styling prototype for the 1996 Brickyard 400 Pace Car and the 1997 30th Anniversary Z28.The Z28 was used by GM as a show and display vehicle during 1995-1997, and was then kept in the GM Heritage Museum until 2008. After 2008 it was used as a showroom display vehicle by a midwest Chevy dealer.Retains the electronics and lights installed by GM with Pace Car track strobes front and back. Also includes the stock spoiler (with third brake light instead of track lights) and stock taillights which were retained since new by GM.The Brickyard Pace Car mimics the iconic 1969 Pace Car, finished in White with Hugger Orange stripes and accents, white wheels, and black & white Houndstooth interior with 30th Anniversary embroidered logos. In addition to the GM history, this is a fully loaded 1995 Z28 with only 10,000 miles and is in virtually like-new condition.
Fully restored and customized 1967 Camaro to debut at Classic Auto Show in Los Angeles
RideTech and a team of aftermarket manufacturers teaming to complete 1971 Camaro build in 48 hours at Barrett-Jackson
This is the 26th vehicle in the 30-day Countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s 47th annual Scottsdale auction.
GM admits the sleigh’s dynamic capabilities are unmatched
Ever since I wrote about the 1969 Chevy Camaro ZL1 COPO coupe at Mecum’s upcoming Denver auction, I’ve been thinking about ’69 Camaros with big-block engines.
Mecum expects 1,000 collector cars to cross the block July 20-22 during its third annual Denver auction at the Colorado Convention Center.
Pick of the Day is a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro modified for racing by Dick Guldstrand and later restored to racing spec by Guldstrand’s mechanic.
With the introduction of the Chevrolet Camaro in 1966, followed one year later by its mechanical twin cousin, the Pontiac Firebird.
An intense-looking 1968 Chevrolet Yenko Camaro, documented as originally sold by Yenko Chevrolet, selling for three times the result of the N0. 2 car. in Portland, Oregon, at Mecum’s collector car auction.