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1967–69 Chevrolet Camaro Buyers Guide

With a platform shared with the successful Chevrolet Nova, a name derived from the French word for “friend” or “comrade,” and a mission to do battle with Ford’s wildly successful Ford Mustang, Chevrolet introduced the stylish 1967 Camaro 2+2 coupe and convertible to fanfare and success both in the showroom and on the race track.

 

So let’s get a quick, high-level overview of the first-generation Camaro and highlight special editions, so you’ll know which examples are best for you.

 

Read the full article on Hagerty.com:

https://www.hagerty.com/media/buying-and-selling/1967-69-chevrolet-camaro-buyers-guide/

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I purchased a 1968 Camaro SS 350 4-speed new off the dealer's showroom floor in 1968.  I have seen the comment several times in "official" articles on '68 Camaro configurations that also stated that the "window" vents on the hood were only for big block cars.  I have proof that that comment is wrong.  My '68 SS 350 had the "window" vents in the hood from the factory.

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