How You Can Buy The '67 Transformers Bumblebee Camaro From Director Michael Bay

Auction

Too bad it doesn't really turn into a robot.

It appeared in "Transformers: Age of Extinction" and now it can be yours. This one-off 1967 Chevrolet Camaro is heading to auction in next month’s Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale, Arizona. Its current owner, Transformers director Michael Bay, has apparently decided to sell. Obviously this isn’t just any other retromod classic Camaro. And no, it won’t turn into Bumblebee. It has a satin black exterior with a front splitter, extended wheel flares, and three-piece racing wheels fitted with low-profile tires.

The interior is pretty basic but does have a three-spoke steering wheel, black leather seats, and a touchscreen navigation system. Heck, there’s even a roll cage. Its engine, however, is either an LS2 or LS3 GM create V8. Why the uncertainty? Because the description says the car is powered by an LS2 but the details say it’s an LS3. But hey, at least it has a six-speed manual transmission. And, if it really matters, Michael Bay even autographed it. The price? Not listed because there’s no reserve.

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