Rich Gregory has a long history of enjoying the best four-wheeled machines Chevrolet offers, including his personal collection of Chevelles and Corvettes. But once the Illinois resident laid eyes on a neighbor’s 1969 Camaro, his passion became laser focused on that iconic pony car. “It was the body style that I fell in love with,” he says. “I had never had one and was ready to own one.”
Gregory’s newfound Camaro interest rapidly raised to a boiling level, and before long the desire for a single car turned into two, three and, eventually, five.
“In addition to the timeless design, there is such nostalgia with the year 1969,” Gregory says. “It was the year I graduated from college and it is neat to go back to your roots and relive the good old days.”
With such an impressive fleet, the only thing missing was a suitable place to store them.
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