American Muscle - The Chevrolet Camaro and Chevrolet Corvette
On both sides of the Atlantic, there are evident traces of man's love for the sports car. Manufacturers in the US, as well as Europe, have always kept models in their offer devoted to this market segment, with some iconic brands like Lamborghini, Porsche or Ferrari, perfecting the sports car into pure-bread machines that earned the distinction of "supercars". Some models have stood the test of time as they're still available for purchase today, decades after they were first introduced to the public. With upgraded engines, modern looks and comfort and ever-evolving performances, these legendary cars made their way into the very fabric of popular culture, influencing the lives of those lucky enough to own them.
Two of our very own, American made, segment-defining sports cars come from Chevrolet, and we're talking, of course, about the Camaro and the Corvette. You'll have a hard time finding someone in the US, over the age of 10, that hasn't heard of these two legends and a harder time still to discover a person unfamiliar with these cars looks. They might not know them by name, which is still highly unlikely, but they've seen them dozens of times on the road. If you're looking to get your hands on an American classic that will instantly upgrade your life and inspire those around you, in or around Canton Connecticut, then do yourself a favor and take 5 minutes to read through this.
The Camaro has turned 52 this year and what's affectionately called the Vette turned 65 in 2018. Now that's some heritage right there, and through the years both models have produced exceptional generations of cars. Rich history compels the present to produce matching machines so let us take you through what the modern renditions of these two pieces of materialized American dream can do.