Camaro Racer Brought Back To Life After Two Decades Of Sitting
Vintage race cars are some of the most incredible vehicles to ever grace the various road courses of America because of their unique performance options and design. Modern BMWs, Volkswagens, and even some Chevy's are quick machines. However, there is nothing quite like seeing a classic Camaro, Firebird, or Corvette hit the road. That's because of the raw personality accompanying every inch of these vintage vehicles. This is building up to show you one of the most iconic racing champions to ever touch tires to asphalt at DeSoto Super Speedway. So what is this excellent car that deserves so much raving?
1971 Demon And Duster Duo Found In Storage
The 1970s era of automotive production was essentially defined by the incredibly flamboyant styling, big V8 engines, and dragstrip fun that made them perfect for the American youth at the time. Whether you want something that can tear up the track or cruise around to local car meets, you'll always be able to find the perfect classic for you right about that era. However, the question of who made the American muscle car/pony car revolution better has primarily been up in the air since the beginning. Of course, we're just kidding; the answer is obviously Mopar, as they were well known for their stripped-down, performance-oriented V8s. So what about car enthusiasts who truly understand the beauty of these cars and possibly want to share that experience with a spouse or loved one?
1979 Camaro Dug Out Of Barn Hoard
The second-generation Chevrolet Camaro is largely considered the most outstanding design to ever grace the pony car we all know and love. Rather than focusing on being big and hefty, these cars were low to the ground and sleek, which was the perfect transition for the pony car movement. These cars have been around for decades meaning that collectors have had plenty of opportunities to get their hands all over them. Still, one such example of the second generation has remained relatively untouched. Later years of the second generation of Camaro and Firebird have garnered far less popularity than the early models. Whether because of the low horsepower numbers, odd styling, or unique target audience, these cars are an often overlooked gem in car culture.
Kevin Hart’s ‘Micheal Meyers’ Road Runner Hellephant Is Out Of Control
We all know that Kevin Hart is a huge car guy with an evident and apparent passion for old-school muscle cars. Vehicles such as the "Bad News" Camaro showed the world just what you can do with enough money and a clear vision for the future. It would appear that the famous comedian has a bit of an attraction toward these types of vehicles as it certainly isn't the only matte-black V8 thug in the collection. Mr. Hart's garage is home to a new classic car whose power, style, and name rival the Camaro mentioned above. So what is this excellent car that beats one of the automotive community's best custom-made cruisers?
1980s Footage Shows Pony Car Legends Hitting The Track
The 1980s were a great time for automotive enthusiasts because of the easy access to drag strips and an abundance of freshly made used muscle cars ready for a new owner to get behind the steering wheel. These incredibly popular V8-powered beasts included the Camaro, Charger, Challenger, and Corvette. However, two pony cars wore the race-car look far better than anything else you could find at the track. Those models were the iconic Ford Mustang and the Pontiac Firebird Trans Am, which both had a reputation for high-speed antics back in their day. Someone recently found footage detailing two examples of these influential legends racing in their prime in an ultimate battle of lightweight design and sheer speed.