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State Farm's two-for-one 1968 Chevrolet Camaro
The super-cool teaching tool.
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Is it a car enthusiast’s dream, or nightmare?

A team at State Farm insurance has created the Arnold Palmer of Camaros, split down the middle to be used as a training tool to help teach the company’s agents the difference between a perfectly restored classic and shoddy, but showy modification.

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According to the Motoramic blog, four technicians spent three and a half years building the car in their free time from a totaled 1968 Camaro found on the lot of State Farm’s Vehicle Research Facility in Bloomington, Ill.

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Every part of the car got the half and half treatment, including its V8 engine, which sports aftermarket aluminum heads and a cheap air intake on its hot rodded side.

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The cabin features correct black trim and a low back bucket on the driver’s side, while the passengers on the right are treated to heavily bolstered two-tone aftermarket sport seats finished in cream and gold upholstery.

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Even the convertible top is split in two, and the “sporty” side of the car fitted with half a spoiler on the trunk lid, under which the tank for a nitrous oxide system has been installed for good measure.

Click here for more photos from the build on State Farm's flickr page

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State Farm's two-for-one 1968 Chevrolet Camaro

The super-cool teaching tool.

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