Camaro: An American Icon tells the inside story of a Chevrolet great. The book is filled with authoritative text, interviews with the key people behind the Camaro, design artwork, and page after page of fascinating photos, many drawn from the GM archives. Noted automotive author Gary Witzenburg and the auto editors of Consumer Guide outline Camaro s fast rise to stardom, which was fueled by a winning blend of style, performance, and enthusiast-oriented options like the Rally Sport and Super Sport packages.
Camaro: An American Icon follows the Camaro through five eras:
The development and introduction of the 1966 Camaro, GM s tardy but bold answer to the 1964 Ford Mustang
The second generation Camaro of the 1970s, which survived a near-death experience during the energy crisis
The leaner, meaner third-generation Camaro of the 1980s, which kept the pony car flame burning despite opposing trends
The 1992 debut of the Gen IV Camaro, which boasted major improvements on the previous designs but stumbled in the age of SUVs and seemed to mark the end of the line for the brand
The exciting development of a new Camaro following an eight-year hiatus
This book offers the perfect way to follow all the twists and turns of the Camaro saga.
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Book Description Publications International, Lt, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111412716675
Book Description Publications International, Lt, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Brand New!. Bookseller Inventory # VIB1412716675