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Your handy 1967-69 Chevrolet Camaro buyer's guide | Hagerty Media

It's one thing to fire back when your biggest competitor makes something as groundbreaking as the Mustang "pony car," but it's another thing entirely to kick off a half-century-long rivalry. Far more than a platform with roots in the Chevrolet Nova, the Chevrolet Camaro was an impressive package with plenty of options for personalization and high-performance prowess.
https://www.hagerty.com/media/buying-and-selling/your-handy-1967-69-chevrolet-camaro-buyers-guide/
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jcav48
Pit Crew

I'm not an expert, but as I recall, 1967 Z-28's did not have any engine badges on their fenders.(which would have been near the doors on a '67). The 3 photos in this article that show '67 Z-28's back this up.
Smokefoot55
Pit Crew

Good informational video. However, some of the information is technically incorrect. The 1st gen Camaro arrived as a '67 model. The first Chevy II that used many of the same components was a '68 model. So it would be more correct to say that the Chevy II utilized many Camaro components rather than the other way around. The '62 to '67 Chevy II's were significantly different.