How many poor souls have lost their prized Camaro because of a new arrival to the family? Admittedly, the Camaro has never been at the top of the list when it comes to a practical family car.
So here's a solution. By grafting the back half of a '68 -72 GM mid-size wagon roof narrowed to fit the F-body, it will make a very practical and sporty station wagon, and this little SUV can bring home the groceries and still take care of business stop light to stop light.
This Yenko striped variation would have to have no less than 427 cubes under the cowl hood, backed by a four- or five-speed manual trans (if the wife can hang gears). If not, a built Turbo 400 with a Gear Vendors overdrive will get the job done.
Build the Camaro Chevy should have: a Rally Sport Wagon. You can keep the kids, and most of all, the Camaro.