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Photo License The 1968 Camaro Z28 pony sports car in this photo was in a 2003 Super Chevy show in Pomona California. These are really popular with collectors and always make a great show vehicle.
Fans were sad when General Motors stopped producing these popular cars in 2000 but there are still many to be found. The vintage ones are the nicest and the 1968-year was one of the best.
This first generation vehicle was always a two door and you could buy them in regular or a convertible model.
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Our area is a favorite with those who want to drive their antique or vintage automobiles on scenic roads. Sometimes we see tours and there can be close to thirty or forty of these passing by our home. If I get caught out walking along the road my arm will get tired as they all want to wave and of course I wave back.
This sinister looking Chevrolet Camaro was up for sale at the time of this photo for $22,000. I donít know if the seller got his price but is seems to me that if he had given it a shiny paint job he would have been able to sell it for more.
As you can imagine these vehicles are used for racing. However I would be afraid to race one of these because one dent and the value goes down. Racing would really up the chances that your expensive car could be turned into a pile of trash.
Now this auto in this photo above has a cool paint job. This color would be a favorite with most and if the owner of the black car above had painted his car this nice he could have sold it for much more.
This vehicle was at the third annual Trolls Car Show that was held September 5, 2011 at the Sunburg Community Center. This show is held in Minnesota and attracts a lot of hot models.
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