80s Camaro burnout racing Trans AM on 1/4 mile oval

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The best decade ever? It's the 1980s and we go all Miami Vice in the third episode in our series on 50 Years of the Chevrolet Camaro. The future was real bright when James Gayan's amazing IROC-Z was born. Episode 4 looks at the 1990s Camaro and will be release on 16 January 2017. Subscribe Now - so you don't miss any of this spectacular and groovy series! More on http://bit.ly/MMECamaro50 Please LIKE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE! More on http://www.MotoringME.com Follow us http://www.facebook.com/MotoringMiddleEast http://www.instagram.com/motoringmiddleeast/ Follow Shahzad Sheikh: http://www.instagram.com/shahzadsheikh/ Snapchat shahzad_sheikh ..... This is the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro SS. All-new from the ground-up, lighter, smaller, smarter, faster: 6.2-litres, 455 horsepower, 455 lb ft of Earth-shaking torque, 4.1 seconds to 100kph and a top speed of 266kph. This one’s very special; it’s the 50th anniversary edition which only comes in seductive Nightfall Gray metallic, with go-sexier stripes, mesh grille and nifty 50 badging all over the car. It’s superb, but today I’m going to look at the Camaro that first got me hooked. Boy I wanted one of these so bad. Most Excellent! I’m really Amped now, because of all the decades we’re doing on our series on fifty years of Camaro – the 1980s was definitely my favourite – it was Mega! Okay it started off in a recession and there were the usual troubles around the world, but it also brought back hope, optimism and confidence to its generation. We had computers at last – IBM’s PC, the Commodore 64, the little Macintosh; we got Sony Walkmans, VCRs and video games from Nintendo. And there was the Space Shuttle – how cool was that? And as for pop culture – where do I even begin or end? Music: Michael Jackson, Madonna, Bon Jovi, Beastie Boys, Run DMC, Duran Duran, Whitney Houston... put it this way, my 80s playlist is by far my biggest. Movies? Gosh, ET, Rain Man, Batman, Indiana Jones, The Terminator, Ferris Bueller, Bill & Ted, Fatal Attraction, Beverly Hills Cop, Back to the Future... Great Scott! The list is endless. And some of my very favourite TV shows ever are from this decade – Knight Rider, A-Team, Airwolf, Magnum, Quantum Leap – even Star Trek returned to the small screen! And let’s not forget Miami Vice – after which I model today’s appearance! So a truly Fantabulous decade – but were the cars as good? Like totally! I mean just look at this baby – what a ride! It had a sleeker more rakish look with a windscreen reclined more than any Chevy before at 62 degrees. It got a hatchback and drop-down rear seats, man it was practically family-friendly. Lighter too – by over 200kg. And in another first for a Camaro – there was fuel injection! 172,000 were sold just in the first year. There was a four-cylinder and V6, but about half sold were V8s – a 305 motor, that’s a 5.0-litre V8 putting out 145bhp at the start but going as high as 230bhp over the next 10 years. The one to have was the Z28 – or I should say Zee 28. It had a lighter bonnet, and tweaked styling. It was Ace! Until the IROC-Z came along – er should that be IROC-Zee? Named after the International Race of Champions, it got all the bits of the Z28, plus better, lower suspension, different wheels, Tuned Port Injection from the Corvette and serious attitude! In 1987 Chevy dropped a 350cu V8 motor into the IROC-Z. This 5.7-litre started off with 225bhp and by 1992 had 245 – that made it good for 0-100kph in about 6.5seconds. This particular IROC-Z from 1988, however, belongs to James Vijaysinger. And a couple of years ago he dropped an LS1 engine and transmission from a Lumina SS into it which endows it with yet more power. And I can confirm, this feels surprisingly eager for a car that’s nearly three-decades old! Woo hoo! Even the standard 350 was said by magazines to have a ‘herd of horsepower’ and ‘mind-bending torque’. Car magazines hailed it and even loved the handling. Chevy had set it up like a race car –most of these were dragged-raced which is why original ones are so hard to find today – and valuable. It had lowered and stiffened suspension with Delco-Bilstein shocks, and stronger stabilisers and struts, including a ‘wonder bar’ steering brace. It feels big and butch and dramatic to cruise along in. Comfortable too. And cool. And you know what, like the decade that brought it into being, it’s bold and confident, sure of an even better future. As the song went: ‘the future’s so bright, I gotta wear shades...’ Oh boy, I’m back! Man I really miss the 1980s and in the words of Doc Brown I do feel that: ‘We have to go back!’ But in some ways this 2017 car does replicate the bold and forward thinking character of that third gen car.

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