Camaro Exposed 1967 - 1969 : Designs, Decisions and the Inside View

1967, 1968, 1969

by Paul Zazarine

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Camaro Exposed, 1967-1969: Designs, Decisions and the Inside View tells the story of the formative and most collectible years of that classic pony car. Paul Zazarine, the noted muscle car enthusiast and expert, documents the rise of the Camaro from the first glimmer in Chevrolet's eye to the mighty COPO 427 Camaro.

GM Sleeps as Ford Reaps
1967-The Rush to Market
1968-Refining the Package
1969-Caught in the Corporate Design Wars
Z/28-The Instant Legend
Variations on a Theme-The Ultimate Camaros

Camaro Exposed documents through first-hand reminisces of GM engineers and previously unpublished photos the development of GM's high-performance muscle car. For the first time, the reader will be able to view the proposed Camaro station wagon, Camaro fastback, and other amazing designs that GM had seriously considered as it waged a sales war with Ford's highly successful Mustang.

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  • Publisher: Robert Bentley, Inc Publishers
  • ISBN: 0837608767 (0-837-60876-7)
  • ISBN-13: 9780837608761 (978-0-837-60876-1)
  • Format: Softback , 176 pages
  • Date Published: 2001


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