The Camaro is an iconic American car to be sure, but it's not everyone's cup of tea. For some, the Camaro, especially in its more recent iterations, is a bit too much of a brawler. But for faithful adherents to the cult of Camaro, it's the apex of American pony-car greatness. It's no small task to compile a reference book that is both entertaining...
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Back in 1968, army supply clerk-turned-MP Carl Virden knew he'd need a car when he was discharged from his Vietnam service … More
The Camaro That Launched The Pony Car Rivalry
By late 1964, Chevrolet found itself on shaky ground. The Corvair’s appeal had diminished, while cross-town rival … More
In 1962 just two years before Ford introduced the Mustang and helped create a new segment that would carry the “pony car” designation the same way that all self … More