The Camaro is an iconic American car to be sure, but it's not everyone's cup of tea. For some, the Camaro, especially in its more recent iterations, is a bit too much of a brawler. But for faithful adherents to the cult of Camaro, it's the apex of American pony-car greatness. It's no small task to compile a reference book that is both entertaining...
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Chevy’s immortal Small-Block V-8
It was simple and brilliant all at once — a new V-8 engine with walls so thin it was lighter than the straight-six it replaced … More
Like most enthusiasts, we were heartbroken when the F-body Camaro and Firebird went away after the 2002 model year. And we were elated when the pony car came ba … More
As recently as 15 years ago, Barrett-Jackson and the other Scottsdale, Ariz., auctions were almost exclusively about the grand classics from the 1930s. No more. … More