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Become an online El Camino Store advocate!

Become an online El Camino Store advocate!

Here is something you can do from the comfort of home. Work part time and become an El Camino online advocate! Help other customers shop for parts at ElCaminoStore.com. Earn cash, accessories and parts for your El Camino!

We’re looking for knowledgeable people, people who know El Caminos inside and out. People who have worked on them, restored them, customized them, people who live them!

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2016 Camaro Specs Revealed


From the beginning, we knew the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro was going to be a performance powerhouse, especially for the money. Moving to GM’s Alpha platform opens up a world of possibilities for the Chevrolet pony car challenger.

Speaking of Challenger and, by association, Mustang, the main competition to the Camaro will have a formidable opponent on their hands, as Chevrolet has released official performance numbers for the 2016 Camaro.

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Corvette C7.R In FIA WEC

Next year, the Ford GT will go racing in the FIA World Endurance Championship, and if a plan between Larbre Competition team owner Jack Leconte and Wayne Taylor comes to fruition, the Corvette C7.R could be right there racing along with it.
Larbre Competition currently fields a Corvette C7.R in the FIA WEC’s GTE Am category. The team has recently been evaluating a move up to the GTE Pro class, and according to Sportscar365, they could partner up with Wayne Taylor Racing for the effort.
Leconte and Taylor met at Circuit of the Americas in the Austin, Texas last weekend and discussed the potential partnership. Taylor is in talks with sponsor Konica Minolta to run the championship and has reportedly been asked to sort the GTE Pro entry out by October 31st.

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Rare Finds - 1969 Chevy Camaro Z/28


Skip Lecates found this Camaro the same way he found the Yenko Deuce that appeared on the cover of this magazine's Sept. '12 issue ("Mission Accomplished"), by talking with muscle heads in his area. He determined that the owner was a very private individual. Instead of knocking on his door with no invitation, Skip asked "a friend of a friend" who works with the Camaro's owner to "talk to Larry and see if I can get in to look at the car."

Skip knew asking if the car was for sale would probably get him nowhere. Larry had purchased his Z/28 brand new when he was just 16 years old. Obviously he was attached to the Z/28.

After a couple years, Skip finally got an OK to come out to Larry's house and see his Camaro. No harm would be done. Skip was a Camaro guy who just wanted to look.

This car must have stayed in the basement for most of the last 35 years.

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NCM Motorsports Park Hosting Youth Driving School

Car enthusiasts are steeped in all manner of specs, facts and data– but does it make us better drivers? While most of us would like to think we’re handier behind the wheel than most, a quick look at thisthis, and this reminds us that knowledge or passion does not beget skill.

That’s where the Tire Rack Street Survival day at the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park comes in.

While reserved for youth aged 15-21 with a valid drivers license, the all-day, hands-on course looks to teach teens about proper vehicle control and the techniques needed to drive in the real world.

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