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He Traveled 300 Miles to Get This Anniversary Edition Camaro

Sean Cloud is the president of the local Chevy Camaro Club in Chattanooga, Tennessee, but his wife drives a Ford Mustang. He owns a 2012 Camaro SS Manual, 45th Anniversary Edition, but he says he gets "a lot of flack" for having a Mustang in his garage. Here Sean in his own words.

My Camaro is a 2012 SS Manual, 45th Anniversary Edition, 1 of 1,525 made. This is my third Camaro. I previously owned a 1998 and 2000 Chevy Camaros, but this one is special because of the 45th anniversary edition.

I purchased it in January 2012. I had to travel 300 miles to get this car due to the fact that it was the only one in the area that was a manual transmission.

Since the time I bought my Camaro, I have started, and became President of a local Camaro club in Chattanooga, Tennessee. We now have over 40 members (in a year's time). My son is also a Camaro owner and the Safety Officer in the club.

My wife drives a 2012 red Mustang. She has always wanted one since she first got her driver's license.

Of course, being the president of the local Chevy Camaro club, I get a lot of flack about having a Mustang in my garage.

Here is a You Tube Video of my wife and I driving the "Tail of the Dragon."

Written by Sean Cloud

TorqueNews' comment: Camaros, Mustangs and other muscle cars can coexist peacefully in the same garage and complement to each other. Difference enriches us.