This unassuming ’72 Camaro has seen some suspension improvements since it was featured in HOT ROD in 1997. It recently competed in Super Chevy’s Suspension Challenge, where its CPP parts helped it put down one of the quickest times of the event. It’s one of nearly 300 featured vehicles that will be on display at the HOT ROD Homecoming, our 65th anniversary celebration at the Pomona Fairplex March 23rd and 24th. The show portion of the show is full, with more than 500 vehicles filling four buildings and spilling onto the pavement in between, but tickets are still available if you want to pour over the cars that made HOT ROD magazine.
The Camaro has been one of America’s favorite muscle cars since it was first introduced back in 1967. Clubs and organizations dedicated to Camaros are many, including several right here in the Bay Area. Last Saturday morning the old joined the new when the Camaros Limited Nor-Cal club joined up with the newest Camaro club, SF5THGEN, to meet at what many consider Camaro heaven: GM Sports Salvage in San Jose.