Ask just about any muscle car enthusiast, and he or she will confirm that the first-generation (1967-1969) Chevrolet Camaro is one of the best looking two-door American coupes in history.
To me, it’s up there with the third-generation Corvette Stingray Coupe, the 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda and the 69′ Charger R/T.
They measure 19×9 at the front and 19×12 at the rear, while visually the disc is finished in matte gunmetal and the lip in matte black.
And seriously now, look at those rear wheels! That is a whole lot of rubber!
This Camaro RS has an awesome stance and you can probably imagine how good it sounds once you fire up its massive V8 engine.
Also, if you’re a fan of the modern-day Camaro, you should know that the first-gen model was basically the blueprint for it all along in terms of design language.
What do you guys think?