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That’s right this 1971 Chevrolet Camaro is known by many as it was built specially for the 2005 Super Chevy Road Tour and is one of the most famous second generation Camaros. See the video for details

1971 CHEVROLET CAMARO - SUPER CHEVY ROAD TOUR

That’s right this 1971 Chevrolet Camaro is known by many as it was built specially for the 2005 Super Chevy Road Tour and is one of the most famous second generation Camaros. See the video for details

PICTURES OF CARS IN THE 50's | ... for the Best Car Insurance of Muscle Car, Classic Car and Antique Car

PICTURES OF CARS IN THE 50's | ... for the Best Car Insurance of Muscle Car, Classic Car and Antique Car

1970 chevy nova muscle car art front view

1970 chevy nova muscle car art front view

1967 Shelby2

1967 Shelby2

drag racing pictures - Google Search

drag racing pictures - Google Search

Photo Gallery - ClassicCars.com

Photo Gallery - ClassicCars.com

Chezoom' is the most recognized and famous ' 57 Chevy worldwide, built by Boyd Coddington, and possibly one of his most famous creations.

Chezoom' is the most recognized and famous ' 57 Chevy worldwide, built by Boyd Coddington, and possibly one of his most famous creations.

There were muscle cars, and then there were monsters, and anybody who knows drag racing history knows that few cars created in the ’60s were a match for the Darts and Barracudas that Hurst built for Chrysler in the spring of 1968. Arriving at Hurst’s Creative Industries plant as partially-assembled 383 models, they left packing 426 inches of race elephant thunder, lightweight fiberglass front fenders and hood, a smattering of speed parts, and a disclaimer stating they were not for street…

There were muscle cars, and then there were monsters, and anybody who knows drag racing history knows that few cars created in the ’60s were a match for the Darts and Barracudas that Hurst built for Chrysler in the spring of 1968. Arriving at Hurst’s Creative Industries plant as partially-assembled 383 models, they left packing 426 inches of race elephant thunder, lightweight fiberglass front fenders and hood, a smattering of speed parts, and a disclaimer stating they were not for street…

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