In 1967, General Motors joined the pony car market and debuted two amazing performance cars – the Chevy Camaro and Pontiac Firebird. These two vehicles, while separately produced by Chevrolet and Pontiac respectively, shared some common DNA at their core. Both vehicles were based on the F-Body platform, offered sporty performance at a very reasonable price and lead to some of the most sought-after performance cars ever made.
In 2017, the Buffalo Motorama will celebrate these two iconic cars with a 50th Anniversary display. If you would you like to be considered for the 50th Anniversary Showcase? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
THE GT500 TURNS 50 YEARS IN 2017
1967 was the year that Ford, or more specifically Carrol Shelby, rolled out the ever-so famous Shelby GT500. The GT500 was packed with power unknown to a streetable vehicle of the time. The 1967 Shelby GT500 was the first model built in the Shelby GT500 range and it was based on the 1967 Mustang Fastback. The GT500 came equipped with a 428cu (7.0L) V8 and in year one, only 2,048 of them were produced. The 1967 version of the GT500 may be most famous because of its appearance in the 2000 action flick "Gone in 60 Seconds.”
In 2017, the Buffalo Motorama will celebrate this iconic milestone with a 50th Anniversary display. If you would you like to be considered for the 50th Anniversary Showcase? Contact us at email@example.com if interested.
Friday, March 24: 2pm-10pm
Saturday, March 25: 10am-10pm
Sunday, March 26: 10am-5pm