The second-generation Camaro isn’t often remembered with much fondness. Made between 1970 and 1981, these Camaros were bigger, slower, and many would argue much uglier than the muscle cars that came before them. But with a little bit of work and some Swedish ingenuity, you can turn a second-gen Camaro into an incredible race car that can captivate an audience from around the world.
The Ice Monster Camaro is a car we’re used to seeing tearing up frozen lakes and snow-covered paths, but this next video provides a change of pace for the Swedish monster.
Owner/drive Jobergg is back, though this time he has traded in the snow and ice of Sweden for something a bit…dirtier. Seriously, how does one classify this car? It’s no longer just an ice racer, that is for sure, but it also isn’t a pure dirt track car. Basically, it will race on anything.
So many questions, but who needs answers? All we know is that the Ice Monster Camaro has drifted its way into our hearts, and it is possibly the most famous second-gen Camaro outside of America. Seriously, this car is so unique and fun to watch that it makes us want to buy a second-gen Camaro of our own, if only to copy Jobergg’s great idea. He has almost single-handedly made the second-gen Camaro cool again.