If you’ve been in the high performance drag racing and street machine scene long enough, you’ve probably experienced it. In the nearly-constant search for better, faster, and cooler, you made a deal that you later regretted. Sometimes you lament the ride you gave up. Other times, you realize that maybe you aren’t as crazy about the new car you acquired. Regardless of the source, a stinging case of buyer’s remorse sets in, making you wish you could go back in time and undo the whole thing.
Case in point, consider Marion, Illinois native Kyle Avery. He and his wife Amanda had a cool 25.5 cert 1971 Camaro that was driven and raced around Southern Illinois before Kyle struck a deal he would later regret—at least for a while.
“In 2012, I drove to Northern Michigan to trade our Camaro for this Nova, a 1992 Camaro, and two truckloads of parts, but by the time I got … Read more of this article. Just click on the digital feature below this introduction.
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