2016 Camaro to be on Display at Woodward Dream Cruise

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The 2016 Chevy Camaro will be on display during this weekend’s Woodward Dream Cruise. 

The cruise attracts roughly 40,000 classic cars every year, and among them this year will be the new 2016 Camaro. The redesigned Chevy muscle car will be at a large Chevrolet display about midway through the dream cruise route in Birmingham, Michigan.

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Alongside the Camaro will be the redesigned 2016 Chevy Volt along with a pair of classic 1955 Bel Airs to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the classic hot rods.

The Woodward Dream Cruise is billed as the “largest one-day car show in the world,” and takes place along a roughly 20-mile stretch of Woodward Avenue from Detroit to Pontiac, MI.

The 2016 Camaro will arrive in dealerships this fall.

Editor’s Note: A previous version of this story listed this appearance at the 2016 Camaro’s public debut, which is incorrect. 

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  • DevilDog58

    I live in Clarkston which is a ‘burb of Detroit (as is Birmingham) and I’ll attend the Cruise as I have for the last 16 years. The author’s facts are a little misleading though, since although the Dream Cruise is officially held on the Saturday of the August weekend scheduled, it actually runs for the whole week, at least in part. People start arriving from all over the Country Monday and cruise Woodward Avenue all week. The Cruise was a brilliant idea as anyone who loves classic cars, modified cars and just any cool looking vehicles that have been maintained, restored or modified by their owners will be on display. It is one of my favorite weeks of the year. In the past I’ve driven a Corvette, a Ram, a Cadillac and various Jeeps down Woodward, starting in Pontiac and driving to the end of the displayed vehicles. It makes me wish I had hung on to some of the cars I owned in the past, like my first mechanical love, a 1967 GTO (which, being 17, I never realized what a great deal it was for a cherry ’67 Goat for $1500) or my 1982 Chevy Chevelle or my first 4X4, a 1978 Jeep CJ5. There is a much smaller (or there used to be) classic car show that was held in Milford, another ‘burb of Detroit that my wife and I stumbled on by mistake one year but I have never been able to find out if they still hold it. Anyway, if you love cars, trucks, bikes, etc. you owe it to yourself to attend the Woodward Dream Cruise. For those of us who love vehicles of any make or model (although they are mostly American) you owe it to yourself to attend. No matter where you live, it’s worth the trip, believe me.