No surprise here (at least for us). The Chevrolet Camaro has been named the 2010 Collectible Car of the Year by the Friends of the National Automotive History Collection at the Detroit Public Library this week. The new Camaro ended up beating 12 other vehicles that were introduced in 2010.
“This selection is unique among all the ‘Vehicle of the Year’ awards, because it is selected by car buffs who know what future collectors will value,” said Charles Hyde, NAHC board of trustees chairman. “We asked our members to predict which of this year’s new vehicles will turn heads in the Woodward Cruise of 2035.”
Chevrolet Camaro’s designer Tom Peters will receive the award at the NAHC’s holiday reception Thursday at the Skillman branch of the Detroit Public Library.
Previous winners of the Collectible Car of the Year award include the 2009 Ford Flex, 2008 Dodge Challenger, 2007 Dodge Viper SRT10, 2006 Pontiac Solstice and the 2005 Ford Mustang. Only vehicles built in North America are eligible for the award.
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Source: Free Press