2013 Hot Rod Power Tour includes Chevrolet Camaro, Impala

Tomorrow will be the start of the 2013 Hot Rod Power Tour, and is to begin in Arlington, Texas, and will take a total of 6 days to complete the 1,200 miles trip, where it will conclude in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Chevrolet Performance will have a huge showing at this years Hot Rod Power Tour, which will include the ever-popular Camaro and Impala. So what motors can we expect to see? From the Chevrolet Camaro range will be the Camaro ZL1 Convertible, 2013 Camaro Hot Wheels Edition and also the 1967 Camaro Hot Wheels Edition concept.

You’ll also see the 2014 Impala, along with several more fine examples from Chevy. It’s obvious that the public will want to get up close and personal with these muscle cars, and so you will have the chance to head over to the trailer for the ’67 Hot Wheels Camaro, along with those other models as well.

If you are a fan of these vehicles then you can pick up a free copy of the 2013 Chevrolet Performance catalog, and if you register for the FUEL e-newsletter you will receive a FREE T-Shirt.

Not only that, but you can also get the opportunity to check out the engines that power some of these muscle cars, as the LSX454R, ZZ572, ZZ383, 4L85E and other such engines will be in their crates ready for you to drool over them.

Sticking with the Chevrolet theme, the Motor Medic support vehicle will be a Silverado, where its support team will do all they can to keep the Power Tour drivers on the road.

Visit GM Authority for more details.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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