A long long time ago when I was in high school, one of the coolest cars to drive was a Camaro. My father was far too practical to buy a car like that . Plus, he also believed the only time any of us kids should drive our cars was if he needed them filled with gas or he needed someone to run an errand. My brother and I were so thrilled to get the car to go to church on Sundays for an hour that when he turned 16 we immediately lost the faith and squeezed as much fun time into that hour as possible. On Ash Wednesday we improvised and gave ourselves ashes from the car ashtray. I always loved cars and dreamed of having one of my own. Over the years I have owned many wonderful cars most of which were always foreign cars. I never even thought about what you are about to see until a few months ago. We had to buy a new "pup-mobile" for Teddy. The old one died after reaching 130,000 miles. Teddy likes to have a roomy mobile kennel so we bought a Suburban which took me into a Chevy dealership for the first time in my life. I was walking through the mechanic's area and I saw a car that stopped me in my tracks. Now I have always been a car person. I love anything with wheels and an engine. I drive by construction sights and drool over the machinery. What was this gorgeous car I had just come upon?
The 2010 Camaro, baby!
My high school dream hit me right between the eyes. This car is going to be a classic. It is the most successful design that Chevy has come up with in years.
And of course I got a standard transmission.
But as nice as it was...
It just screamed to be customized.
I replaced the grills with Luchese black mesh grills. Check out the halogeon halo lights.
Then I tinted the windows.
And then I smoked the rear lights.
And then I added custom made wheels by Donz.
Ahhhh...a thing of beauty. Zoom Zoom Zoom......and no one gets to drive it but me! Just one more reason to get a standard....hehe!!!
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