Chevrolet Camaro 350 SS
Camaro 350 SS – Because the king of the jungle should ROAR, not whistle. Howdy!
In the long history of American-made cars, there are a few legends you really need to know. As with any history, there is a golden age and dark times. In the case of the Camaro, the introduction of the first generation was right on the mark. Generation 66-69 was glorious for its impressive engine and beautiful lines, the golden age of the Camaro. To this day it has proven to be a good investment, and a super classic to drive.
That the Americans knew different proportions than us, we already learned from Uncle Ronald McDonald. They call a 5.7 engine a ‘small-block-engine’. This powerhouse is in the front end of our Camaro. 350 cubic inches of SuperSport violence. The owner chose to paint the car a year ago in a deep black color with beautiful flake with sleek rims underneath. Of course, you also want to hear this roaring V8 properly, which is why it comes with an exhaust system costing over 7,000 euros.
Ours is a body-off restored SuperSport. The powerful horse is top maintained and has just had a service at an American car specialist. Should you want a normal exhaust and the original wheels, those will be delivered alongside the car! A perfectly maintained classic that you can perfectly take on the road in the coming years. See you in a while, crocodile?
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