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Good Things Are Happening at Camaro Concepts!

Friday, August 12th, 2011

Passersby can’t help but notice Camaro Concepts’ rather unique sign on top of the building. Made from the front clip of a ’69 Camaro RS/SS, the vacuum-operated headlights, side markers and turn signals all function. Also note the unique Texas “TEST CAR” license plate. It’s the real deal!

As its name implies, Houston’s Camaro Concepts specializes in the parts sales, restoration and modification of Chevrolet Camaros from 1967 to the present, as well as other popular makes of GM muscle cars, like Corvette, Chevelle, Nova and full-size Chevrolet. Founded in 1991 by the father and son team of James and Roy Chaney, Camaro Concepts has built numerous award-winning Camaros, many of which have been featured in the best magazines in the business. However, as good as the company’s work is, their calling card is even better. Passersby can’t help but notice a ‘69 Camaro RS, or at least the front clip from one, protruding through the front of the company’s 11,000-sq-ft building. (more…)

Rarest Camaro Ever

Friday, April 8th, 2011

The Hugger Registry
4924 Balboa Blvd, #457
Encino, CA 91316
www.HuggerZ28.com

The idea for the Hugger Camaros was conceived by Tom Nehl in the spring of 1979 as a means of funding his racing effort in the Twenty-four Hours of Daytona. Nehl took a page out of the Indy Pace Car Dealer Drive away but with an unusual twist. The drive aways were to be modeled after the number 28 Camaro race car instead of the pace car used to start the race. The race car number itself was selected in order to publicize the newly engineered 1980 Z-28 Camaro. (more…)

Automotive Rendering Artist

Monday, April 4th, 2011

This month’s featured radical renderer, Matt Sutton, from Garland, Texas, grew up going to drag and street races, and since the age of 10, he’s grown familiar with cracking open a toolbox and getting his hands dirty. (more…)