The stunning Chevrolet Camaro is an American automobile classified as a pony car but also some were considered muscle cars.
There were four distinct generations of the Camaro.
Development was carried out right through to 2002, until the fifth generation Camaro started production.
It was back in September 1966 when the first-generation Chevrolet Camaro appeared in Chevrolet dealerships, that’s just the beginning!
By 1969, Chevrolet offered an extensive range of engines for its Camaro’s.
The mightiest of these aluminium blocks was the 427 cubic inch V8 known as the ZL1.
Fred Gibb, a man who had a reputation as a Chevrolet tuner in the 1960s resulted from just 101 cars. Each made a significant impact on Chevrolet’s performance agenda.
Gibb had his very own contacts and funding to effect change for Chevrolet, and his connections with Chevrolet executives had his name become apart of the Chevrolet performance legend.
So Gibb called some shots and he had requested increasingly powerful options for NHRA drag racing.
The Chevrolet Camaro was intended only for professional racing. A minimum of 50 cars had to be made to go racing and eventually only 69 were ordered.