Picture of the Day: Brittany Myers and a classic Camaro

We’re kicking off our Picture of the Day feature with one of our model beautiful and popular models – the lovely Brittany Myers. Here we have Brittany posing next to a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Yenko S/C, showing off her hot legs in her high heels as the Florida sun shines down and lights up her blonde hair.

We’ve photographed this blonde beauty more than any other model on Bullz-Eye.com, starting when she was 18 years old in a Glamour Girls shoot. The photo above comes in her Blast from the Past shoot, and then she appeared as a Featured Model last year. Brittany has also made several appearances with the Bullz-Eye Bikini Team, which we also capture on a short video clip as well.

  

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The New Camaro ZL1

The Camaro has been a huge hit for Chevrolet and today the company made several announcements relating to the heavily anticipated Camaro ZL1. Chevy said that the ZL1′s monster engine will be rated at 580 horsepower and that the base price of the vehicle will be $54,995. It’s quite a vehicle to introduce as Chevy celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. The new ZL1 coupe is a 2012 model that will go on sale early next year.

The Camaro ZL1 features a supercharged 6.2L engine that makes it the most powerful production Camaro ever. The ZL1 goes from 0 to 60 in 3.9 seconds and hits a top speed of 184 miles per hour! It also features a Performance Traction Management system that helps this beast hug the corners.

Chevy will also introduce a ZL1 convertible as a 2013 model that they featured at an event ahead of the 2011 LA Auto Show and Bullz-Eye was on hand to snap some photos of this beautiful vehicle as you can see in the slideshow above. Anyone who appreciates convertibles will love this vehicle.

  

Woodward Dream Cruise: Day 3

These past two days, we’ve looked into Chevy and the Chevy small block’s past and present, and between these time periods and products is a singular emotion. What joins the creation of the small block, the history of General Motors, and events like the Woodward Dream cruise is passion.

Passion is not merely performance numbers, fuel economy, or just design alone. It’s the melding of the three parts by groups of people to create great products that they are proud of. On top of that, it then appears with the customer and how they interact and love the product. You can’t engineer or design a passionate car on purpose, just like you can’t create a perfect spouse. It’s all about the process. A car that elicits response from owners and passerbys is one that was created with a genuine care for the result. It is the result of this continual effort that creates the story of these cars and makes them more than just pieces of metal.

You see this passion in the creation process when you visit GM’s Heritage Center. Surrounded by the significant cars of the past, you see the thoughts and dreams of car designers that ended up in the final process. From a design and engineering standpoint, you can feel what their creators and teams were thinking when they created these pieces. You see a visionary mindset that is not stuck in the past, but it always pushing through to the future.

These designers and engineers were not only looking for performance, but also at fuel economy and evocative design as well. For instance, the 1953 Firebird concept used turbines in an attempt to get both performance and fuel economy. Plus, it was stylized like a jet. It was not a dowdy economical box to suffer in while you squeezed out every drop of gas. Fuel economy, to the designers and engineers, was just another boundary to push the envelope like performance, and it was another tool to capture the buyer’s attention.

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Sights at the LA Auto Show

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We hit the LA Auto Show recently with our friends from Chrysler, and we're happy to share some of our favorite sites from the event. The cars were amazing, but some of the eye candy next to the cars was even more impressive.

Chrysler deserves kudos for bring back beautiful models to help them show off their cars, and you can see that as our slideshow above kicks off with four photos of a stunning and elegant blonde showing off the new Ram trucks. Not to be outdone, Chevy made sure to have a fetching brunette on hand for the new Camaro convertible!

Fiat made a big splash at the LA Auto Show with the unveiling of the new Fiat 500 for the US market, and they had a red vintage Fiat 500 on hand to celebrate the event. We made sure to capture it in pictures, along with the tall blonde they selected to showcase the brand.

Check out the rest of the gallery for a tall, beautiful brunette in a green dress along with the shiny red pumps that looked like ruby slippers on the model covering the Range Rover vehicles.

  

2011 Camaro 2LT Coupe gallery

Bullz-Eye spent some quality time behind the wheel of the 2011 Camaro 2LT Coupe. Our review will go live shortly but we wanted to share the good looks of this muscle car with our readers prior to the official review. Enjoy!

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