Thursday, June 12, 2008

Chevy Camaro Makes A Comeback! My Chevy Cars!

For all you Chevy Camaro lovers, the Chevrolet Camaro Coupe will make it’s debut in the first part of 2009. They are referring to the new sleek car as the fifth generation Camaro. In 2010 the new Camaro convertible will be unveiled. the new molded shorter version reminds me a lot of the Ford mustang body style. GM is still refining final design details, track testing, and on the road testing in the U.S. and Australia. As a loyal present and past Chevy owner, I look forward to drooling over the newest line of Camaros. I've always loved the Camaro's sporty style!

My very first car was a 1973 dodge challenger. The top was white, and the body was a puke brown. I had a friend do some custom body work.

I had the car painted black, and silver flames stretched out from front quarter panels. Back then there weren’t many cars with flames, so my baby got noticed. My Dodge Challenger was already pretty old when I bought it, and maintenance was starting to run a bit high.

So I bought my first Camaro, color mint green. Seen here my mint green Camaro, and my Dodge Challenger.

I ended up painting my mint green Camaro back to it's original white color pictured here.

Also around that time, my boyfriend now husband purchased a Chevy Good Times Van. Curtains on the back windows gave us unlimited privacy. We had a blast in his Chevy Van , partying, camping out among other things!

A couple years later, I ending up selling my white Camaro and buying another used Camaro. This time a dark blue with a black bra. This baby was very sharp!

The Spring of 1988, I traded my blue Camaro for a brand new burgandy-cherry red Camaro! Talk about beautiful, with low to ground silver moldings. Six years later, my Camaro was totaled in a horrible accident.

With the insurance money, we put a down payment on a 1994 Cavalier RS. Color black with red pinstripes. We drove my Cavalier to the ground, only replacing the air condioner, and the heater core! 13 years of driving PA salted Winter Roads, and the body looked pretty good. The only pic I could find taken right before we traded in!

A classy 2005 gold Impala LS, replaced my very used Cavalier. Our Impala hugs the road with smooth suspension almost like a Cadilac. The roomy trunk hauls all our softball gear, as my husband coaches our daughters softball team. In fact when I first met my husband, he was driving an army green Chevy Impala! We love our Impala!

I’ve owned Chevy cars most of my life and highly recommend them to anyone. You always get your money’s worth with a Chevrolet. If are looking for a car with low maintenance, dependability, style, and value for your buck, you’ll definitely find all these qualities in a GM Chevrolet car.


Kate Evans said...

Those older Camaros and that van are a blast from the past...guys with long hair and a gold chain around their necks...guys named Randy and Chad and Chip...

Jo A. T.B. said...

Yes a blast from the past Kate! I always loved those long haired guys! I have to say I loved my Camaros just as much! A trip down memory lane! :)

ochikeron said...

Hi jo! Sounds fun!

Now I understand why I saw many Chevrolets in the US! I wondered but didn't ask anyone about it! (I used to drive honda.)

How neat you have all the pics of your car!!!

Jo A. T.B. said...

Hi Ochi,

Yes Chevrolets are very popular.
My husband now drives a Toyota Truck for his business! I always took photos of my cars, can't believe I didn't take one when I got my Cavalier! Just didn't remember the years of the blue camaro, and the mint green. Time flys by so fast! :)

ochikeron said...

I know! Different stuff, but I always take pictures when I eat something out at a restaurant, but I sometimes forget and never could remember after a while. Time flies and memory fades :(

Jo A. T.B. said...

I never thought of taking pictures of food! I should have taken when we were in Walets of the ham sandwiches, huge! :)

Jolandi Kerstetter said...

Whether old or new, Camaros are classic American muscles packed with lots of horses under the hood. It's no wonder they one was chosen to play Bumblebee in the Transformers movies. So fittingly American.

Jo A. T.B. said...

Totally Classic Jolandi, absolutely love Camaros. I've caught sight of the new ones and they totally rock!

Giobel Koi Center said...

I can only afford diecast cars he he

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