We’re not quite sure if a CPU that doesn’t come with a keyboard, monitor, mouse, or any other such equipment necessary to make the computer useful is worth $1,300, but if you’re one of those people that can’t help being a Camaro-holic, then maybe this personal computer is worth purchasing at the exorbitant price tag it comes in.

Despite not coming with any of the regular accessories that are standard in a personal computer the Chevrolet Camaro CPU does come with some above average specs, namely 8 GB of RAM, a 500 GB hard drive, and Windows 7 Home Premium. That doesn’t even include the 20-inch Camaro casing it comes in, complete with working head and tail lights, a DVD drive in the muscle car’s bumper, and all the standard ports needed on the rear.

Like we said, some people might opt to spend their $1,300 on a more complete personal computer. But if you’re a self-professed, card-carrying member of the Camaro Fans Club, having the opportunity to own a Camaro CPU just might be too good to pass up – even if it costs you more than it should.

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Source: Chevrolet Mall

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4 comments:

  (808) posted on 10.12.2010

Nice..Like it.

  (808) posted on 10.12.2010

haha. Cool! A CPU Camaro

  (1211) posted on 09.21.2010

I would’ve loved to have been there to ask them which one of them signed off on the interior design and when we’d see a Z28.

  (2) posted on 09.20.2010

This is a PC, not a CPU. The CPU is part of the computer, which you didn’t provide details on

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