The Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Camaro

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Pony car Camaro is celebrating its 50th anniversary this fall. Manufactured by Chevrolet, Camaro went officially on sale on September 29, 1966. In the five decades since its introduction, there have been six unique Camaro generations:

  • First generation (1967–1969)
  • Second generation (1970–1981)
  • Third generation (1982–1992)
  • Fourth generation (1993–2002)
  • Fifth generation (2010–2015)
  • and the latest generation that went into production this year

Often classified as a muscle car, the first production Camaro was available as a two-door coupé or convertible. The car experienced a boom in sales in ...

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Should you buy a Corvette?

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Though almost every car purchase involves some sort of emotions, there are two segments that ilicit the strongest ones: sports cars and classics. And interestingly enough, the Corvette can be both at the same time. But is it worth it?

We should first acknowledge this: the question has less to do with logic and more to do with desire. Whether you want a brand new Vette or a classic, it plays at your heartstrings!

Let’s first see the classic option. Vintage cars ...

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Love for the BMW Isetta Rekindled

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Once upon a time there was a little bubble car that won the hearts of many. With its cutesy shape and tiny body it put a dent in history. Sadly though, there came a time when the cute Isetta was too small for its own good. Slowly, but surely it went away and the generations forgot about it. Until now!

Because of the exciting news, we thought it would be fitting to cover this precious car in ...

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East Meets West and The Legendary Volga

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There are probably a million things the U.S. does better than Russia when it comes to automobiles. Yet, the last centuries have proved that there was more than just competition between the two countries – there was cooperation, support, and even mutual admiration.

And in between the copied style and design, Russia and the whole Soviet Union back in the 20th century, proved to be better at not few of the automobile production practices. Mechanics and construction durability come as no ...

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Classic Cars Spotting Los Angeles to Las Vegas

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Traveling from Los Angeles to Las Vegas on highway 15 could be boring.

Or that’s what many folks think. One thing we know is that there will be cars to spot. Nice cars on the road and nice cars being hauled.

And you won’t see them only on Hwy 15, but rather all across the country. Yet, Las Vegas and Los Angeles are the entertainment capitals of the US and that somehow always guarantees for some good car spotting. Whether that ...

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Car Carriers from the Past, From Artsy to Scary

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Have you ever wondered what life was like without all the convenience we have today? Now every effort, risk or danger is brought to a minimum in any activity, both personal and professional. Especially in car shipping. Aren’t you curious what it was like before? Was it fun? Or was it dangerous?

When the production of vehicles first started increasing back in the second half of the nineteenth century, auto dealers were faced with an issue.

They had to find a way ...

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Looking Back to the Cars of the Past

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We all love talking about the future. People discuss whether Tesla and EVs will take over the world. Or if Toyota has a better idea of what makes a futureproof car. We even point to Google and their self-driving cars.

But sometimes too much thinking about the future can make us forget where we came from. So, here we are – devoting an article to the cars of the past and how they “innovated” their world.

On the surface, there should be ...

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World’s First Hybrid Car

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.THEYofFor quite a long time there has been a great disagreement among people concerning the world’s very first hybrid car. That is why before we continue any further, we need to clarify the difference between a hybrid car and an electric car.

According to plugincars.com, an electric car is a car “powered by an electric motor instead of a gasoline engine. The electric motor gets energy from a controller. Which in turn regulates the amount of power—based on the driver’s use ...

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Is This Classic Worth Restoring?

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If you are one of those people who enjoys working on small projects in their garage, then you have most probably had the thought of restoring an old classic at some point in your life.

Polishing the upholstery, fixing up the paint, replacing the engine – little steps that will make you a proud owner of your own piece of art. But sometimes art takes ages and costs a fortune. Moreover, we should also take into account how technology will ...

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How to import a classic car?

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A gamut of questions must be rushing through your head now:

Is it possible? What do I need to do and what are the best countries to import a classic car from? What are the requirements? How much does it cost?

We can state with confidence: yes, it is possible to import a classic car. You just need to do your homework: research and gather as much information and advice as you can. It is also important to be patient and not ...

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