The Camaro Show Weekly Podcast

The Camaro Show Weekly Podcast

Chris Frezza and Jason Debler met at a Metro Detroit Camaro and Firebird race event in the summer of 1996. From their mutual interest in Camaros, they decided to make a web site about their cars. Basing the name on Chris’ 1995 supercharged Camaro Z28, the boys started CamaroZ28.Com. Little did they know that it would be the start of a revolutionary community that would pave the way for all other online Camaro communities to follow for years. As part of CamaroZ28.Com, Chris had an idea to begin a podcast supporting it, and thus the CamaroZ28.Com Podcast began in 2006. With both Chris and Jason hosting the show and covering all things Camaro, the CamaroZ28.Com Podcast rode high on the charts in iTunes with thousands of listeners tuning in each and every week. After 500 consistent episodes, the CamaroZ28.Com Podcast was retired and replaced with…the Camaro Show! The Camaro Show follows the same successful pattern as the CamaroZ28.Com podcast, and continues with the core fundamentals of bringing you, the listener, an automotive podcast in an fun and enjoyable format with humor, special guests, and of course, breaking Camaro news and editorial that no Camaro owner should miss.

Episodes

December 21, 2020 83 min
Hello, our loyal listeners. It sure has been a while since we last released a new episode and talked with you. This has been one heck of a year. A lot of things have changed and ultimately, we will be shifting gears here at the Camaro Show.
Please kick back, relax and listen to our very last episode the Camaro Show Podcast. On behalf of both of us, we want to thank you so much for your continued support since we started Podcasting (...
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Hello to our loyal listeners. We are back it and closer to getting back to normal every day. In this episode, we want to let you know that even though your favorite Camaro show or car event may have been canceled this summer, there are still things you can do to have fun for the summer of 2020.
What can you do this summer with your Camaro? We know lots of events are being canceled for the summer of 2020, but you can find so many oth...
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Hello, our loyal listeners. It’s a new month as we start our show, and the world is still pretty sick. We are hoping things start getting back to normal very soon and that by the time we are back for next month's show, we can have some better news.
The Chevrolet Camaro muscle car has reached the end of the line in Australia, with the last example rolling off the Holden Special Vehicles (HSV) assembly line in the past few weeks. ...
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It’s strange. Strange that the last time we talked to you we just started talking bout how COVID-19 is canceling many car events, including postponing the New York Auto Show. We are now part of a different world. Major car shows have been canceled, with many more cancellations to come I’m sure. This week Camaro Fest X was postponed until next summer 2021.
Quarter one of 2020 sales figures were released this week. It was brutal, not ...
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COVID-19 is canceling many car events, including postponing the New York Auto Show. We discuss it at the beginning of the show.
2020 Corvette Stingray has started to arrive at dealerships. As of 8:35 p.m. CST on March 4, 2020, truckloads of Corvette C8s have started to depart from the production facility in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
What if Camaro was mid-engine? I know it’s a dream, but this render was done and it looks pretty darn g...
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We have a special guest join us for the show this week. Manny from Muscle Cars and Trucks.
Chevrolet Camaro EV – or something like it – possibly teased. We have a great discussion about a possible electric future.
GM's new electric car battery tops Tesla's
We are holding off the voicemails this week. Please continue to give us a call and leave us a voicemail at 586-486-3182.
Contact Chris Frezza and Jason Debler at the Camaro S...
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