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1955-86 Chevrolet 265-400 Small Block Intake Manifold $294.99
The Performer EPS is optimized to deliver superior performance with Edelbrock square-bore Performer Series carburetors on 1986 and earlier small block Chevys.
Camaro Outbound T-Shirt - XX-Large $23.99
Unleash your Camaro pride with this black heather ringspun cotton T-Shirt.
17" X 7" Classic 100 By Rev Wheel With Machined Lip And Polished Center $149.99
This Classic 100 wheel from Rev Wheels gives you a classic “In The Day” look using today’s modern manufacturing, machining, and materials.
1967-68 Camaro "SS 427" Grille Emblem $71.99
Reproduction manufactured for use on all 1967 standard or Rally Sports and 1968 RS Camaro models. Includes all mounting hardware. This emblem was not originally installed on Camaros however can be used for owner installed 427 engines.
An Update from Reggie
Red Hot Camaro
“We had this drill called ‘bull in the ring’. There would be a big circle of the entire team, anywhere from eighty to ninety guys, out there in full pads and helmets, with numbers on the jerseys. To test our mettle and see who was tough enough to play Frank Kush football, Coach Kush would call out a guy’s number. If you were the ‘bull’ in the circle, another player would run at you full speed. You had to find out where he was coming from – if he was behind you or on one side – and defend yourself in a one-on-one, head-on crash. I felt like I was in the middle more than anybody, and I wasn’t the best at it. The best at it was a guy named Curley Culp, who was the NCAA heavyweight wrestling champion when he was a freshman in college and who would go on to make Pro Football Hall of Fame as a great, great defensive lineman with the Kansas City Chiefs.”– excerpt from “Becoming Mr. October” by Reggie Jackson and Kevin Baker
Sometimes when I think of the Camaro, I think of old Curley Culp in the middle of that ring. Fast. Strong. Unstoppable.
April 28th, 2016