The '67 Camaro was a big leap into the pony-car market for Chevrolet. The first- and second-generation Camaros turned out to be more than just Chevy's answers to the Mustang v they are two of the best-looking muscle cars ever. With convertibles and hardtops, RS, SS, and Z-28 models, it's no wonder why the Camaro has remained an enthusiast favorite all these years. In Chevrolet Camaro 1967-1972, author William Burt uses over 250 color photos to show you all about the Camaro. He devotes a chapter to each Camaro model year, from its debut it 1967 to the beginning of the emissions era in 1972. All the RS, SS, Z-28 Camaros, along with their 302-, 327-, 350-ci small-block and 396-, 427-, and 454-ci big-blocks are covered in detail. See the original colors, options, and hardware, including suspension, brake, interior, and under-hood photography. This is the ultimate 1967-1972 Camaro guide for enthusiasts, owners, restorers, and scale-model builders.
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