With the clock ticking on the Chevrolet Camaro — production ends in January — a special run of 50 cars might end up being one of the most valuable of the sixth-generation pony car.
Chevrolet is providing 50 "Festival Event" Camaros for use during May at the Indianapolis 500 and in the Indianapolis area. The cars are all convertibles, all powered by 455-hp, 6.2-liter engines and all the same cosmetically: Sharkskin Metallic paint with ash gray leather interior. And, of course, Indy 500 graphics.
Chevrolet spokesman Kevin Kelly said the cars will be offered for public sale sometime after the Indy 500, most likely through Indianapolis-area Chevy dealerships.
There's no word on pricing, but these cars have a unique Chevrolet option code and likely won't come cheap.