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The Story of Camaro
     

The Story of Camaro

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by John Gunnell, Jerry Heasley
 

A Feast for Camaro Fans

Even five years after the last one rolled off the assembly line, the Camaro remains one of the most beloved cars ever built on U.S. soil. The Z/28, SS, Yenko, COPO, Berlinetta, IROC-Z - American car buyers loved them all. From its arrival in 1967, the Camaro was always fast, fun, stylish and affordable, and continues to be one of

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A Feast for Camaro Fans

Even five years after the last one rolled off the assembly line, the Camaro remains one of the most beloved cars ever built on U.S. soil. The Z/28, SS, Yenko, COPO, Berlinetta, IROC-Z - American car buyers loved them all. From its arrival in 1967, the Camaro was always fast, fun, stylish and affordable, and continues to be one of the most commonly collected, resorted, modified and raced vehicles on the road.

In The Story of Camaro, accomplished author John Funnell are ace photographer Jerry Heasley explore the colorful and fast-moving history of this legendary car. Together, Gunnell and Heasley provide all the facts, photos and insight that Camaro lovers need in one great package.

  • More than 200 fabulous photos
  • History, key technical specifications, production information
  • Up-to-date collector pricing
  • Complete year-by-year options lists
  • An inside look at the new 2006 Concept Camaro

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780896894327
Publisher:
Krause Publications
Publication date:
08/09/2006
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
11.00(w) x 10.80(h) x 1.00(d)

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The Story of Camaro 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Gunnell's is one of the latest histories about Chevrolet's revered Camaro--the answer to the Mustang. The pictures are excellent, and the font is large and easy to read. But, beyond that, the grammatical errors, opinionated writing, monotonous tech data, and already dated info regarding the new Camaro do not make this a recommended buy. This is hardly a bad book, but not worth spending thirty bucks on.