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May 3, 2020 31 min
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. What an amazing job they did convert all these cars to RHD.
Cool find! This 2001 Camaro SS is practically brand new! With only 884 miles on the odometer, it’s for sale! It also seems to have a unique factory mistake on the car.
Why Everyone is Wrong about the Catfish Camaro.
Casey J Porter is putting all his videos on Facebook. Go check them out and make sure like his page called Combustion Chamber.
What is going on with SEMA 2020? We have some speculation about what could happen to this year's show.
Hummer Reveal officially postponed. Another casualty of the Coronavirus.
We have no voicemails this month. Please continue to give us a call and leave us a voicemail at 586-486-3182.
Mustang vs Camaro – Who won each decade? (1960s – TODAY).
Vehicles with the worst resale values according to Forbes. I wonder why we could be talking about this.
Contact Chris Frezza and Jason Debler at the Camaro Show
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