The First Prototype Camaro on display at Woodward cruise

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By David Ashton

The Woodward Dream Cruise held in Detroit features hundreds of classic vehicles which parade down the Woodward Avenue annually.
This year one car which is probably the standout of the show, will not be in the parade, but displayed in its own glass, protective box. Too precious be put out on complete display.

The car in question is a preproduction prototype 1967 pilot Chevrolet Camaro in Grenada Gold, VIN 100001 currently owned by Corey Lawson.
The car was bought in 2009 from an eBay ad., Which time didn’t have a powertrain and needed a full restoration.

The Camaro was first owned by a Chevrolet dealer and then went on to be used in drag racing in the 1980s.
The car is now in the National historic vehicle register, being only the 15th vehicle to make the list.
The Camaro made the list as it culturally started the Detroit rivalry which lasts to this day between the Camaro and the Mustang.

If you want to check out more about the Woodward dream Cruise, visit their website here.



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