Set the pace in this Chevy.
Chevrolet is possibly best known within the car community for its creation of one of America's most iconic muscle/pony cars, the Camaro. Originally designed to help Chevy beat the mustang and corner the market for a fast small car that could hit ridiculous speeds and look damn good doing it, it quickly gained a following of its own. Years of competition between the Mustang and the Camaro turned the car into a monster, as GM once put it “a small vicious animal that eats Mustangs. It always delivered on that legendary phrase and reaped the rewards of a loyal cult following because of it.
Nowadays many of these Camaro enthusiasts long for a time when muscle cars could just be themselves without having to worry about tightening regulatory policies and a new electric craze that nobody asked for. A time when the Camaro was on top and the world recognized that. Luckily, if you happen to be one of these individuals, there is hope for you to own a piece of this incredible history. Your salvation comes in the form of a 1993 Chevrolet Camaro that spent its life as the pace car for the 1993 Indy 500. This low mileage pony car once captured the attention of thousands and has since spent its days being well taken care of.
Under the hood is the classic 5.7-liter LT V8 engine which accompanied the Camaros, Firebirds, and many other GM vehicles of its time. Having been used mostly as a show car after its service in the Indy 500, this wild ride still retains its low mileage status as the odometer reads just 700 miles. This means that the engine is in near perfect shape and the rest of the car fits that description as well. Many people would look at this car and see little more than a dressed-up catfish, but real Camaro enthusiasts know what's up. They understand that this car is a piece of their beloved Chevy history. It will have to be a pretty special kind of enthusiast to get this car, are you up for the challenge?