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>> One, two, three, four, five, six, seven. What do you call seven Camaros? Is that a brace or a passel? Doesn't really matter. We've got enough hot Camaro concepts that aren't too wild here from GM that you can actually imagine in a showroom, and yet they're hot enough to make an old Ford guy take notice. Let's check them out. [music] The dark blue one behind me is called the Chevy Camaro Dusk with a nice sort of a medium brown leather interior. It's got a lowering kit with different coil over struts, different silt [phonetic] plates, P0 tires on 21-inch wheels, and talks about having autonet in car wireless Internet. [music] Now this is more like it. This is the Leno edition. Yeah. Jay Leno. He helped to put this one together. It's a custom mix of metallic silver paint. I love the wheels, even though they're only 20's. Special rear deck lid spoiler not quite as outrageous as we saw in the previous car. Showing great restraint is the engine. A 3.6 liter V6 but with twin turbos. That all goes out to a six-speed manual, and nestled on top of that engine a special carbon fiber hood liner. [music] Here's the Chevy Camaro Chroma. Real bright white with some interesting red trim around the wheels and the calipers. And shorty headers, which, of course, they remind you are all-pro only even though they are sold off the GM accessory shelf. [music] This one just shows a little graphic treatment that General Motors likes to play with, taking the Chevy bow tie and splitting it up across the hood. Offset stripes by a [inaudible] on the driver's side. The color is silver ice metallic. And refreshingly, no rear deck lid spoiler at all. Still looks good.
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