The Chevy Camaro was built to rival the Ford Mustang
Built under the General Motors umbrella, the rear-wheel-drive Chevrolet Camaro is a mid-size vehicle that was created to compete against the Ford Mustang. Introduced for the 1967 year, sales for this new model started on September 29th, 1966, as the car sprinkled its way into dealerships. Depending on the version, the Camaro can fall in either the pony car or muscle car category. Sharing the F-body platform as the Pontiac Firebird - a car that also made its grand debut for the 1967 model year - the two sister models shared many components.
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