The Ultimate Guide to the Chevrolet Camaro MK1 and MK2

When the Mustang sparked the muscle craze in mid-1960s Chevrolet needed to provide an answer and do it quickly. The Corvair was definitely lacking and there was no time for serious development, but the Camaro, despite being somewhat rushed, was amazing. Its engines ranged from a 3.8 I6 to a 7.0 V8, it offered several transmission options, styling changes and comfort and performance additions and a huge number of special edition models, some of which are very rare. The second generation came in 1970, being even better initially, but due to more restrictive regulations of the 1970s all of the muscle cars were more timid later.

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