Camaro lovers got together over the Fourth of July weekend at the 20th Annual Camaro Superfest, held near Ann Arbor, Michigan. The festival is the longest running, Camaro-exclusive event in the U.S.. Riverside Park in Ypsilanti’s Depot Town made for a great venue and the weather cooperated magnificently.
A new, white pre-production ZL1 was the guest star of the show, accompanied by the 2010 American Pride Camaro. Activities over the weekend included a showing of the Transformers 3 movie in 3D. Among the charity efforts at the show, Camaro Superfest supports Ronald McDonald House of Ann Arbor and Grand Rapids, in honor of Doug Warren, deceased President and founder of the Western Michigan Camaro Club.
Camaro5.com has posted a super gallery of photos from the event, from which we’ve grabbed just a couple to let you see a bit of what went on. There were Camaros of every generation and more colors than you could possibly think of. Now, just bear one thing in mind if you head over to check out the Gallery, this is a huge one – there are a lot of photos and they are super sized, so Dial Up = Death. You’ll need a T3 line to make that one snappy.