Fred Gibb Chevrolet owned and sponsored 1967 Camaro Z/28 Top Stock Camaro was among the very first of its breed to mow down the competition in the American Hot Rod Association (AHRA) Stock Eliminator wars. Captively driven by Herb Fox, a gifted racer and the top salesman at Gibb's dealership, the "Little Hoss" Camaro struck early and struck often. The car set 11 world records in an 11 month period including the quickest elapsed time and fastest speed with an 11.75 @ 118.42 pass.
Lane Diecast No. 211