1969 Chevrolet Camaro Pro Touring setup in bright orange!

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  • Ali khalfan says:
    2 years ago

    Sooo sweet Camaro

  • Joe Tollis says:
    3 years ago

    Another great color is Lamborghini Orange Pearl Mica from a 2006 Lambo. Sorry, I don’t have a code for either but usually your local autobody supply store can find it.

  • Joe Tollis says:
    3 years ago

    Tangello Pearl by House Of Kolor although I don’t recommend their paint. Go with Viper orange pearl, it is very close to this color & is a two stage paint where HOK is a 3 stage paint. My gripe with HOK paint is the base colors are too hard preventing the clear top coat to melt in, therefore the clear will turn loose in a few short months. I re-painted this car 3 times in 6 years because of this peeling problem & HOK would not stand behind it.

  • Geff Galloway says:
    3 years ago

    This car is sweet and my favorite color on a car to boot!!!! Definitely an American classic!!!! Just like apple pie!!!

  • Trent Gallagher says:
    3 years ago

    Dukes of hazard car was a charger.

  • Carl Moore says:
    3 years ago

    REALLY?

  • Jeremy P Morgan says:
    3 years ago

    Pro touring, unless I was dragging for pinks…haha.

  • William Bartlett says:
    3 years ago

    Amarican mussel

  • Alissa Power says:
    3 years ago

    Same color as my bug 🙂

  • Tim Robertson says:
    3 years ago

    I don’t care what it is. I’ll take it!

  • Joy Halgren says:
    3 years ago

    Duke of hazzerd car love it

  • Alan Rollins says:
    3 years ago

    That would be a Narrowed rear end,and yes tubbed,and I like to call the tires ‘Steamrollers’

  • Steve Ginnett says:
    3 years ago

    Pro touring. Pro street is light to light.

  • Heather Hood Davis says:
    3 years ago

    Pretty

  • Nate Oco says:
    3 years ago

    Looks close to House of Color’s Tangeglow.

  • Trent Gallagher says:
    3 years ago

    Pro tour for sure! Love the color! Anyone know the name or pain’t code?

  • Gary Burden says:
    3 years ago

    Definitely NOT pro-street!

  • Carl Moore says:
    3 years ago

    Pro Touring…”PRO STREET” means a shortened rear and tubs with big tires out back.

  • John Lawson says:
    3 years ago

    I agree with Touring – I see Pro Street as Tubs and “go fast straight” and Touring as suspension and “go fast anywhere”…

  • Stephen Ferguson says:
    3 years ago

    looks kinda mild. Touring

  • Edward Martin says:
    3 years ago

    I would say “Pro Touring”. Pro Street cars have the big, fat 15″ cheater slicks on the back and usually have some kind of roll cage visible inside. I don’t particularly like that look.