The 8 Chevy Camaros We Really Want
On the eve of the 2016 Camaro’s release, we look back at the high points of an American classic.
In 1967, realizing that its rear-engined Corvair would never have the appeal of Ford’s sporty, simple Mustang, Chevrolet rushed the great Camaro into production. With graceful lines, multiple engines and the opportunity for customization, the Camaro became all-American speed icon. For some, an automatic, V6 Rallye Sport in coral red was the perfect cruiser; others preferred to obliterate tires in a 300-horsepower (underrated) Camaro Z/28.
We sifted through the decades to find the best of the best.