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Two stunning beauties for sale, which have been refined very expensive, in very high quality and with great attention to detail. Both cars are complete rebuilds without mileage, inside and out – technically and visually new.
Chevrolet Corvette C1 1961 in a two-tone metallic paint. In a subtle grey, the combination with the GMC Red effect is strictly made for the vehicle. The interior is based on the vehicle exterior color, is naturally processed just as high quality and provides, together with the black fabric hood, an excellent transition. The heart of this dream car, a 5,7l-V8 LS1 with 385PS / 550Nm from the Corvette C5 and a stainless steel exhaust system from Magnaflow, provide enormous propulsion. Delaying by Porsche-Brembo brake system, designed for the most technical claims, it‘s also visually pleasing to the eye. With a coilover suspension by QA1 and opulent 20 inch-wheels from Breyton, the overall picture is rounded off very consistent.
Chevrolet revealed the 2015 Camaro Commemorative Edition at the SEMA Show today. The special edition celebrates the success of the fifth-generation Camaro – which is on track to be America’s best-selling performance car for five consecutive years – and marks the final year for the fifth generation. The special edition goes on sale this spring.
Chevrolet has hit upon the novel idea of using a little known area of challenging forest draped with intermittent terror and tarmac called ‘Nurburgring’ to test the capability of its new Camaro Z/28. It posted a lap time. It was quite fast.
How fast? 7m 37.47s. In isolation, that sounds incredibly slow, considering the Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 boasts a 505bhp, 470lb ft 7.0-litre V8 – the same one you’ll find in the Corvette Z06 – tinkered by Corvette Racing. All this power is marshaled through a six-speed manual gearbox to the 19in rear wheels in a torrent of sweaty-palmed fury. But then do bear in mind this ‘Nurburgring’ is around 13 miles long.
As part of National Name Your Car Day, Chevrolet is inviting enthusiasts to name a special-edition Camaro SS that will make its public debut at the SEMA show in Las Vegas. The new model will arrive at dealers in the first quarter of 2015, wearing an exclusive Emerald Green Metallic exterior color along with other unique exterior features.
Chevrolet will announce the name next month, when the vehicle publicly debuts at the SEMA Show, the world’s largest trade show of automotive personalization and performance.