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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123 passionate employees, 2,750 donated hours, 900 phone calls to track down parts, 4 pairs of torn jeans, 3 tubes of super glue to "repair" cracked fingertips, 215 Lunch breaks worked through, 97 unforeseen costs, and too many 4-letter words to count.
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1984 Chevy Camaro Z28
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