2017 Chevrolet Camaro 50th Anniversary Edition
On September 26, 1966, Chevrolet debuted the first ever Camaro, and this year, the company’s celebrating big for the car’s 50th anniversary with a special edition model. Offered in a slick Nightfall Gray Metallic paint job, the muscular Camaro is accented with orange stripes along the hood and satin chrome trims throughout its mesh grille, while droptop convertible models are covered in a black roof. Inside, a full black leather interior with suede inserts features more pops of orange with external stitching. 50th anniversary logos are emblazoned throughout details on the steering wheel, instrument panel, seatbacks and illuminated sill plates, as well as the center caps on the car’s custom twenty-inch wheels.
Pricing for this special edition Camaro is still yet to be released. This distinct 50th anniversary package is also offered for Chevy coupes and convertibles with the 2SS trim or the 2LT.
Elton John's Aston Martin V8 Vantage Saloon Is a Beast of British Motoring
Vintage cars always have a story behind them — that’s inevitably what attracts their legions of admirers, the hopes that owning one means adding your own story to the vehicle. However, few have as illustrious a history as this Aston Martin V8 Vantage Saloon, whose first owner was none other than Sir Elton John himself. Recently spruced up by the car marque’s own Heritage agents, the car sports its original paint job of Royal Cherry with matching Magnolia upholstery. It packs a mighty kick thanks to its RSW 7.0-liter engine and five-speed manual gearbox, and has only logged just under 46,000 miles in its three decades. Set to be auctioned by Fiskens later this year, its lucky owner will also receive a signed brochure from the iconic musician.
This Restored 1971 Lamborghini Miura SV Is a Work of Art
The Lamborghini Miura SV, which was first unveiled during the Geneva Motor Show in 1971, gets the limelight yet again with an extremely well done facelift. The restoration is all thanks to the brand’s PoloStorico department, which translates to “Classic Hub.” The division was created to restore old Lambos while introducing new elements to modernize the original makeup. In the case of the Miura SV, “PoSto” was able to clad every panel of the car in a deep “Verde Metallazata,” or metallic green, giving it a sleek aesthetic next to none, while the insides were all researched and restored meticulously. The fully restored 1971 Lamborghini Miura SV is PoloStorico’s first full restoration project, which was revealed today in celebration of Lamborghini’s 50th Anniversary at the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance show.