You don’t have to be around the custom car scene long to learn that there’s no shortage of Camaro fans out there. And why not? The classic Chevy lines are unmistakable regardless of generation, and build costs tend to be reasonable compared to other popular Ford and Mopar body styles. But while there may be Camaro fans, we’d venture to guess few are quite so enamored with them than St. Louis-area native Troy LaCrone.
By his own estimation, he’s owned at least 50. “My first car at 14 years old was a Lemans Blue 1969 Camaro, and I’ve been in love with them ever since I can remember,” LaCrone recalled. “I’ve had both older cars and newer, but the theme is usually the same: make fun power that can be street-driven and enjoy the car,” he added.
His latest iteration on that theme is most assuredly his most successful variation to date. After purchasing the car as a project in May 2013, he promptly got to work to put the retired race car…. Read more of this article. Just click on the digital feature below this introduction.
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