MBI Publishing Company, 2000 - 156 pages
Created under the watchful eye of GM design chief Bill Mitchell, Camaro sales topped 220,000 in the first production year. Take this comprehensive look back at Camaro from its introduction in 1967 up through production year 2000. Anthony Young examines the evolution and development of four generations of Camaro, including corporate research and development, manufacturing and marketing. Young reveals the changing body styles of Z/28s, 350s, the SS396, Berger, Yenko, LT-1 and IROC Z Camaros. Rounding out Camaro's legendary history is coverage of its involvement and successes in racing.
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