Don't let the brightwork fool you, this is not a Rally Sport. The two-piece chrome belt reveal molding (above the door handle), wheel-opening moldings, and bright roof-drip moldings are part of the optional $42.15 Style Trim accessory group. The Rally Sport package included these dress-up items (and more) plus the famed hideaway headlights for $105.35. Check out the vintage car alarm on the inner fender. Don't let the brightwork fool you, this is not a Rally Sport. The two-piece chrome belt re CRAMARO It's perhaps the most frequently repainted car in history. Let's all shed a tear for this rare '68 327 four-speed Camaro that clearly lived fast and died young. The presence of dual-exhaust hangars confirms the original owner's good taste in ordering the optional 275hp Turbo Fire four-barrel 327 for $92.70. Still wearing its factory-applied blue paint, 327 emblems, and white nose stripe, this one couldn't have been more than a few years old when it was mortally wounded by a frontal impact with an immovable object. The tragic patina of squandered originality is priceless. DEAD RED CAMAROS You love red Camaros, you know you do. In fact, you love red Camaros so much you can never get sick of seeing them. Whether you are gagging or cheering right now, here's a trio of red Camaros unlike any we've ever featured. And this time we really mean it. Looking like it dropped out of the sky onto this pile of rocks, here's what's left of a '67 convertible. The fender emblem denotes 327 power, while the location of the sole surviving backup lamp on the rear valance and mangled remains of the body lower side moldings confirm it had the Z22 Rally Sport package. Alas, even Humpty Dumpty couldn't put this rarity back together again. Looking like it dropped out of the sky onto this pile of rocks, here's what's left of a '6 Save for the slightly tweaked quarter-panel ornamentation and trunk-panel bow tie, this '69 Sport Coupe has been picked clean of every useful part. The original 10-bolt plays peek-a-boo beneath the paper-thin quarter-panel and goes unwanted in these happy days of mail-order 12-bolts, Dana, and 9-inch aftermarket replacements. Save for the slightly tweaked quarter-panel ornamentation and trunk-panel bow tie, this '6 This bisected '69 convertible offers proof of the awesome destructive power of rust, as its front and back halves are cleaved Black Dahlia style. Originally a yellow 307/Powerglide car, it would have been a great starting point for a rework ... about 25 years ago. This bisected '69 convertible offers proof of the awesome destructive power of rust, as it « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | » | View Full Article Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!