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Alright guys and girls I am finally getting around to writing my member journal after almost 3 years
but better late than never. Let me start off by saying that my Camaro was basically my dream car everything I wanted and more than I needed. Like most people on this site I was basically in love when I saw the prototype in Transformers back in 2007.
Lets get back to the story though. My Camaro story begins when I was 13-14 and my dad made a deal with me that if I kept up my grades in school and learned to work and rebuild a car by reading the Hanes manual for a ’79 Trans Am that he would buy one and we would rebuild it and it would be my first car. So as time went on I read through the book and started to help my dad in any way I could when he was working on the cars to learn from him. But as the Camaro neared production and they actually had production models in international shows I knew I had to go see one. Needles to say I jumped on the internet and the closest show that was going to have a new Camaro in would be the Atlanta auto show 5 hours from where I live. That was about in ’09 and I had just turned 15 so of course I was trying to convince my dad that the Camaro was the car for me. That day I saw two Camaros a base model LS and a 2SS both SIM. I just feel in love. I felt very comfortable in the LS and knew it was going to be a great car.
Now jump in time to June of ’09 My order was placed and the dreaded wait began. Which for me was only 3 months and at the time that was not to bad. My camaro was officially born on August 17 2009 and is number 36,498 produced
I officially took delivery of my Rally Yellow 2010 2LT/RS Camaro on September 5th 2009. But that was not the first time I saw my car. The day before the stripes were going to be installed and our sales man was able to get me in for a sneak peak. It was love at first site. Since I have taken delivery I have taken tremendous care of my Camaro babying it at every corner. I am truly grateful for what I have been blessed with and will never take it for granted. I hope one day I can do the same for my kids.
So of course who buys such a nice car and doesn’t mod it. My moding is very basic at this point because a recent high school grad with no job I don’t really have the funds to support it. But slowly I am getting the Camaro to a way that it truly is mine.
Transformers Badges, center caps, doorsills and custom stripe overlay
Defenderwrox locking gas cap, reverse light surrounds
GM Heritage Grill- Thanks to Garys customs light surrounds, and gills
Matte Black tail light bezels- thanks to Garys customs again
Magnetic Trunk Blackout
Camaro decal on windshield (removed)
Custom Match Car cover- Chevy Mall
Street Scene Lower grill
Transformers Front Fascia Blackout- thanks Patrick
LED DRL Bulbs
Custom Painted Fuse box cover- Thanks C5 for the DIY
Custom Painted Manifold, Plenum Cover, and Throttle Body -Thanks KJkJR27 for the inspiration
Custom Emerald Coast Camaro on rear driver side window.
Emblem Pros dash plaque
Interior and License plate LEDs
20X9 Facotry Reproductions ZL1 Replica Rims
Black C.A.I. Inc CAI- thanks Bill
Black Elite Engineering Catch Can with Nickel Plated Feedings- Thanks Chase and the other great people over at Apex
MRT V 2.0- Thanks again to Chase
Hotchkis Strut Tower Brace- Thanks Eric at Torq
R1 E-Line Rotors thanks to Ohio-speed
Hawk HPS Break Pads
1LE Clean Side Separator
GTO Clutch Reservoir Relocation
ZL1 Side Skirts and Rear Splash Guards
BBK Long Tubes with High Flow Cats and some 2.5 Mid Pipes
MGW Short Throw Shifter
Pictures to follow
Thanks for reading
Here's how my Camaro sits today: