According to the General Motors Heritage Center, GM has been innovating and creating automotive history for 103 years, 269 days and counting. The Heritage Center is a place to display some of the hundreds of thousands of cars that have been built in that century-long history. The 81,000-square-foot showroom houses about 200 of the company's finest vehicles. Some of the cars were first off the line, some were last, and some are the only models left in existence. We had our friends over at the center hand pick a few of their favorites on the floor. From the '67 Camaro Indy 500 Pace Car to a '56 GMC pickup, these are The Coolest Cars in General Motors' Garage Right Now.
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