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Camaro Exposed: 1967-1969 tells the story of the formative and most collectable years of that classic pony car. Paul Zazarine, the noted muscle car enthusiast and expert, documents the rise of the Camaro from the first glimmer in Chevrolet's eye to the mighty COPO 427 Camaro. For the first time, the reader will be able to view the proposed Camaro station wagon, Camaro fastback, and other amazing designs that GM had seriously considered as it waged a sales war with Ford's highly successful Mustang. Camaro performance enthusiasts will find special delight in the chapter devoted to one of the greatest muscle cars: the Z/28. To top off the story, Zazarine includes a chapter on the ultimate Camaro: the COPO 427.
Camaro Exposed: 1967-1969 is mandatory for muscle car and Camaro lovers. With first-hand interviews and unpublished photos, this book is a great research tool and a terrific gift.