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After Ford rocked the automotive world with its new Mustang in 1964, the folks at Chevrolet got serious with a pony car of their own. The result was the 1967 Camaro, an aggressively styled personal coupe that could be economical or brutal, depending on how the customer checked off options.
CAMARO PROJECT CARS FOR SALE - 1967 1968 1969. 1969 CAMARO Z28 - Theft Recovery - $4,900-VHJ-257 We offer the largest inventory of Camaro project cars and repairable salvage cars for sale.
Bodie Stroud designed and built Tim Allen's 1968 COPO Camaro featured on Jay Leno's Garage and equipped with a LS7, Brembo brakes, Magnaflow exhaust, Keisler transmission, all on top of a Detroit Speed chasis.
The 1968 Chevy Nova SS is turned into a high performance muscle car with the custom order of COPO Chevy II Novas with the L88 427 V8 engine - Super Chevy Magazine
First-generation Camaro Z28 The Z28 option was created to compete with the Mustang in the Trans-Am road-racing series. All first-generation Z28's were coupes with a 302ci/290HP V8 engine (to keep within the 305ci maximum for the Trans-Am series), a 4-speed manual Muncie transmission, and 12-bolt rear axle.
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The “Super” Camaro… The Yenko name is synonymous with performance, collectible, rare and value. When the Camaro debuted in 1967 it was an amazing car but it was limited to a maximum engine size of 396 cubic inches by an internal GM rule.
The fifth-generation Chevrolet Camaro is a pony car produced by Chevrolet. It is the fifth distinct generation of the Camaro to be produced since its original introduction in 1967. Production of the new Camaro began on March 16, 2009 after several years on hiatus since the previous generation's production ended in 2002 and went on sale to the public in April 2009 for the 2010 model year.