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Camaros from different generations at the Erie Auto Show

It’s day three of the Erie Auto Show and some people are looking to get behind the wheel of a well-known fast car.

Jade Leah Burns was live from the Bayfront Convention Center. She was there all day and more and more people seemed to be joining the ride.

Day three of the erie auto show is rolling along the fast track as car enthusiasts flood the Bayfront Convention Center.

One vehicle that has seemed to catch the public’s eye is the Chevrolet Camaro.

Mike Hornyak’s one-of-a-kind 1970 Z-28 Camaro greets you as soon as you walk in.

“I think they only made like 16,000 of these cars because they only made it on a half year,” Honryak said. “The transmission is rare and having a certain rare gear is a little different too.”

Hornyak is the original owner and said his vehicle has been judged nationally. The stick shift has just about 10,000 miles on it.

“The gas is a little hard on these because you have to use certain gas that you can only get in New York that I know of and it’s $12.50 a gallon,” he said.

Meanwhile, you’ll want to view the latest version of the Camaro because you won’t be seeing it for long.”

“It’s going to be the last run of the Camaro currently and this body style. We don’t know what’s coming next, so we’re able to share now what we have currently,” said Gary Hammer, salesman for Dave Hallman Chevrolet.

The 3.6 liter V6 is running for $44,000 and is over 300 horsepower to add the thrill. Hammer said every single Camaro made has the same heritage although things may be different.

“They’re still rear-wheel drive. They’re still large engines and they are still about that fun factor. But what has changed over the years? Safety is a bigger comparison than it was before,” he said.

Both Hammer and Hornyak are Camaro owners of different decades but agree this is the car that they want to see in their driveways.

“You dream about it or what your next adventure will be in it and allows you to go out and share that joy with other people,” Hammer said.

“When you’ve had it as long as I do it’s your car. It doesn’t feel any different because they discontinued it or not it’s just the way you feel. It’s my baby,” Hornyak went on to say.

Your time is running out if you want to view both of these Camaros, there’s Saturday night until 8 and Sunday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. For just $6 a ticket.

This article was originally published by a www.yourerie.com . Read the Original article here. .

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