Known as slightly more reasonably priced and somewhat more practical sibling of Chevrolet's high-tech sports car, the Camaro was released at the beginning of 1967 model year to compete with Ford Mustang. It was a compact car launched in North America by the Chevrolet Motor Division of General Motors. Although it was officially a compact, the Camaro was soon recognized as a pony car, like any other Mustang competitors.
From the windshield and firewall back, it is very evident that the fundamental engineering of the original Camaro was a unibody structure having a separate steel rail subframe for everything up front. It was available from the start in hard top coupe and convertible body styles, with three main option packages (RS package, SS package and RS/SS Camaro) and a choice of four different engines. Like any other popular vehicles at that time, Camaro is assembled with slow and manual steering and the braking was via four drums.
Said to be a legend that lives on, Camaro have been the classic "small" American muscle car for over 30 years. And prior to its last year of production, Camaro received extensive updates such as new front fascia; new all-aluminum small-block LS-1 V8 engine that powered the Z28; electronic throttle control for V6 models; a new oil life monitor and a Torsen limited-slip differential; radio controls incorporated into the steering wheel; new interior fabrics and optional 12-disc CD changer; body-color sideview mirrors and newly-designed 16-inch wheels. These refinements for Camaro took place from 1999 to 2002 model years.
And after many years of intimations and rumors, Chevrolet division decided that 2002 will be the last model year for the Camaro. It feature a stunning 35th Anniversary edition in its final year. Offered in coupe and convertible models, Camaro comes in base and Z28 trims. For its final season, Camaro comes with a sloping nose, deeply raked windshield and alloy wheels. The Camaro Z28 and SS stand out in a crowd because of their good performance value. They provide authentic, classic American muscle for the price of a much smaller-engined sport coupe or convertible.
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