1962 Chevrolet Bel Air: Just when I thought there were no more good cars to photograph on a Sunday afternoon, then comes along this ’62 Chevy Bel Air.
Ohhh Baby YES!
Enjoy your coffee boys and thanks for the pics.
Yenko Camaro 427: One of the most interesting Camaro’s made were these by Don Yenko. In a similar fashion that Caroll Shelby modified Mustang’s, Don Yenko did the same with Camaro’s. The Yenko Camaro’s were notably fitted with 427 Corvette V8’s which provided some 13 sec quarter mile performance straight from the show room floor in stock form.
Check the number plates on this car, COPO, which is a reference to the Central Office Production Order used by GM at the time for special request vehicle builds. Don Yenko ordered these from the factory and then completed the cars with stripes and other details.
1959 Chevy El Camino Ute: Praise the lowered again. Nice rear window skull, somewhat Rat Rod-ish in appearance. A work in progress no doubt…as featured at the Go Pink for Princess car show.
1965 Chevy Impala SS Sport Coupe: A fabulous Impala SS. This one was spotted at the Go Pink for Princess car show.
1969 Chevelle SS 396: I caught this Chevelle on the outer perimeter of the Go Pink for Princess car show.