Chevrolet Camaro - 1968Details click here
Created as a pony car to challenge the ford mustang, the chevrolet camaro was relentlessly plugged for 1967, its inaugural year. Gm even sponsored a camaro stage review and a camaro collection of womens clothing. The 1968 version of this hardtop coupe and convertible was little changed, but it won further acclaim in racing form.
Chevrolet Camaro Ssrs - 1967Details click here
When chevrolet introduced the camaro to counter fords success with its mustang, it also marketed the super sport (ss) and rally sport (rs) options to underline the sporting nature of the new coupe and convertible
Chevrolet Camaro Z28 - 1968Details click here
When the camaro made its debut for 1967 as chevrolets challenge to fords mustang, it included super sport and rally sport option packages. Introduced later was the 228 option, originally produced for trans-am racing but put into full production for 1968 because of shrill demands by street racers.
Chevrolet Chevelle Ss-396 - 1965-1970Details click here
Chevrolets chevelle ss (for super sport) was introduced for 1964, but its true debut as a muscle car came in 1965, when the first of a limited edition of 200 equipped with a new 396-cu.-in. V8 engine was unveiled. A test driver who compared it to the jaguar xke took a souped-up 375hp model from zero to 60 mph in about 6 seconds and to 100 mph in about 16 seconds.
Chevrolet Chevelle Ss454 - 1970Details click here
Presiding over the beginning of the end of the muscle-car era was the 1970 chevy chevelle ss454. Federal emissions standards and the trend toward smaller, more efficient engines were starting to conspire to relegate the big-engined, gas-guzzling intermediate-size performance cars of the 1960!s to collectors showrooms.