The Power House Camaro From Chevy
When it comes to muscle cars, especially that of American muscle, you’re going to find that a lot of enthusiasts will talk about the Camaro. It’s been one of the top models from Chevy for 4 decades and with the release of the 2015 edition, things are looking up. Originally put out to compete with the Mustang, this fast car has changed over the years, but one thing is for sure, it still rips and roars like no other car on the market today.
In the late 1960s, one car came out from Chevy that got heads turning. It was in 1966 that the car first came into the showrooms of Chevy dealerships across the country, and it was the 1967 model that became the first generation, and one of the most sought after editions of this fast car. Bouncing back from a decline in sales, the company pushed forward a compact car that was promoted as the Mustang killer. The car’s design was available with a baseline 230 cubic inch engine and upwards of a 427 cubic inch V8 power house. Using the sub frame that was already in place to the Nova, this customizable muscle car was the beginning of what would be a legendary run of cars from Chevy.
Chevy has gone through 5 major generations of body, design, and release. The current generation of the model has come into the framework in 2009, and was recently a major part of “Transformers” movie franchise. Today, the car starts at around $25,000, and comes with a serious motor package in line with what you’d expect from American muscle cars.