Lingenfelter Camaro Breaks 9 Second Barrier [video]

Lingenfelter Camaro Breaks 9 Second Barrier [video]
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To honor John Lingenfelter and all of the company’s valued customers, Lingenfelter Performance Engineering hosted a memorial track day at Muncie Dragway where all Lingenfelter customers were treated to a free day at the drag strip. While we’re sure all of them had a ton of fun (we’re a bit jealous we didn’t get to… Continue Reading...

Jegs Awards Chevy Camaro to Former Drag Racer as Part of 50th Anniversary Celebration

Jegs Awards Chevy Camaro to Former Drag Racer as Part of 50th Anniversary Celebration
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JEGS did a summer long “Win This Car! Celebrating 50 Years” sweepstakes and a lucky winner has finally been chosen. JEGS gave away a 2010 Chevrolet Camaro sporting a nice yellow and black theme and it couldn’t have gone to a better customer. Gary Winkelman is a decorated sportsman drag racer and is currently 62… Continue Reading...

GM Canada Adds Shifts to Keep Up With Camaro Demand

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GM Canada Adds Shifts to Keep Up With Camaro Demand
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As General Motors continues to report record losses, there are still some small success stories to report. The reborn Chevy Camaro is one of them. While plants are being idled and employees being let go across the company, at the Camaro assembly plant in Oshawa, Canada, workers can’t keep up with demand. The Peterborough Examiner… Continue Reading...

Lingenfelter Releases 2010 Camaro Engine Packages

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Lingenfelter Releases 2010 Camaro Engine Packages
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The performance experts over at Lingenfelter have just announced a long list of engine packages that will be available for the 2010 Chevy Camaro… and there’s no shortage of high-horsepower options. Initial offerings start with a supercharger upgrade, air intakes, exhaust system and ecu tune, with an option for either 550 or 570 hp. For… Continue Reading...

First 2010 Camaro sells at Auction for $350,000

First 2010 Camaro sells at Auction for $350,000
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As manufacturers tend to do these days, General Motors put the rights to buy the first 2010 Camaro on the block at the 2009 Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale, AZ. The lucky wealthy owner paid $350,000 for the privilege of owning what will no doubt be a serious collector’s item. The owner will, however, have to… Continue Reading...