Goodguys Need Camaros: Enter Your 1969 Camaro To Be Part Of The Most Elite Group In The Model’s History This July


Goodguys Need Camaros: Enter Your 1969 Camaro To Be Part Of The Most Elite Group In The Model’s History This July

You don’t need to be Albert Einstein or an automotive historian to know that 1969 is the 50th Anniversary of the ’69 Camaro, one of the most iconic cars that has been produced in the annals of American cars. There will be celebrations of the 1969 Camaro in various forms across the country but the one happening this July at the 22nd annual PPG Nationals in Columbus, Ohio will be a show stopped. Called “The Summer of Camaro” the goal is to gather the 69 most awesome, historical, and cool Camaros that can be brought together for this display.

The PPG Nationals are one of the crown jewel shows for the Goodguys circuit that travels the country putting on events that draw thousands and thousands of hot rods, muscle cars, classics, and trucks together.

To quote the Goodguys website regarding this special event, “Each vehicle will be carefully selected based on significance, and its impact on the hot rod industry. ‘We are looking for the best 1969 Camaros in the world including race cars, Pro-Touring and Pro-Street, factory stock models as well as full restorations,’ Ed Capen said. ‘We’re putting out the call this early to allow for those who would like to be part of the exhibit time to plan. If you have built/restored a significant Camaro or know of one, we would like to speak with you,’ Capen emphasized.

Bottom line is that if you have a car you think is worthy of this amazing group, hit the link below and communicate with Goodguys!

Hit the image below to visit the Goodguys page and apply for entry!


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2 thoughts on “Goodguys Need Camaros: Enter Your 1969 Camaro To Be Part Of The Most Elite Group In The Model’s History This July

  1. Wyatt Ryatt Rick Flair Johnson

    I\’m definitely not Albert Einstein, and I\’m actually pretty drunk, but 1969 is not the 50th anniversary of the 1969 camaro.

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