- Written by webmin
I wasn’t quite sure where on my wish list to rank this one from Chevrolet dealer Bob McDorman’s Collection of significant Chevrolets and Corvettes, 150 of which are being auctioned off by Mecum November 5-6:
A white 1970 Chevrolet Camaro with a 250hp 350, an automatic, blue vinyl interior, a black vinyl top, air, power brakes and power steering.
So what makes it special? It’s second-gen Camaro serial numero uno.
Personally, I’d rather have a Z/28 with the Rally Sport treatment, and/or a 396-powered Super Sport of any serial number than a ho-hum car that happened to be the first Camaro built.
But then, I’m looking at this from the perspective of a loser who, if he remortgaged his house, might be able to afford one of McDorman’s least interesting cars.
Seriously, though, I wonder what someone will pay for the honor of owning the first Camaro of the second generation?
Anyway, if you like Chevrolets, you’re going to want to browse the catalog for this auction as there are some really beautiful and unusual cars and trucks being sold off. For instance, this 1934 Roadster, this 1939 woody wagon, this 1948 Ute, and (be still my heart) this Monaco Orange 1969 Corvette with a 435hp 427 that is serial number 435.