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ClassicsKevin Hart Drives A First Gen Camaro

19:05  24 june  2019
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Kevin Hart Drives A First Gen Camaro
Kevin Hart Drives A First Gen Camaro

But that’s not all the classic muscle the funny man owns.

When you’re a comedian who can literally sell out stadiums, having an awesome car collection just comes with the territory. As you might expect, Kevin Hart does own some flashy, exotic, and modern rides like a Ferrari 488 GTB and a Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG. But the man also has a taste for vintage American muscle, including a very nice first generation Chevy Camaro.

The Camaro has what appears to be a smooth grey paint job and blacked-out trim pieces, plus gloss black split five-spoke wheels and a big brake kit. The car also wears a custom hood with venting up and down both sides, adding the unique look of the Camaro.

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Hart also owns a 1966 Pontiac GTO Convertible, which seems to be one of his favorite cars, if the number of pictures he’s posted on Instagram is any indication. It wears a nice Palmetto Green paint job that’s shined to perfection, which you wouldn’t expect any less from such an affluent owner. Everything appears to be in good order. Instead of the factory wheels, it rolls on massive Forgiato wheels. The 1966 GTO influenced much of the styling for muscle cars, both from GM and the competition, all the way into the 1970s.

If that’s not evidence enough that Kevin Hart is a huge fan of classic American muscle, the man actually purchased one such car for each member of his tour crew at the end of 2018 when his Irresponsible Tour wrapped. According to reports, these gifts totaled about $500,000. Of course, Hart is supposed to be worth about $120 million, so that’s just a drop in the bucket.

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Kevin Darnell Hart (born July 6, 1979) is an American stand-up comedian, actor, and producer. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Instead of being the only comedian with a classic car fetish, Hart is in good company. Jerry Seinfeld shares his friend’s fascination, which is why he hosts the show “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.” In one episode he even picked up Hart to get coffee, driving a 1959 Porsche RSK Spyder.

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