The Amazing History of the Chevy Camaro – Everything You Need to Know
When we take a look at some of the most iconic of vehicle nameplates that are still ...
When we take a look at some of the most iconic of vehicle nameplates that are still around these days, you definitely have to look at the pony cars and admire their history. It all started with the Ford Mustang and eventually spiraled out of control into cars like the Chevrolet Camaro and Dodge Challenger that were designed to compete with one another in an automotive gold rush for market share. Back then, even though the machines were the hottest things on the street, I don’t think that anybody involved in the process from the design all the way to the end buyer would’ve predicted that the cars would have maintained their popularity as they have today.
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Even in the year 2017, we’re still talking about the pony car battles between the likes of these iconic machines that have really transcended generations. The Camaro and Mustang still go back and forth and the fans of each corner of the ring are unrelenting, to say the least, continually piling on more evidence as to why their selection of car is the best. It really seems to be a debate that will never come to an end and we’re not sure that we would have it any other way because it’s pretty entertaining to watch as each of these respective vehicles comes out with the bigger and better setups to combat the opposition.
Up to this point in time, Donut Media has done a pretty great job of keeping us informed on the entire history of certain cars and this time, we get to hear a little bit about the path that the Chevrolet Camaro has carved out to become one of the most popular cars of all time. Some car stories might go untold but the story of the Camaro is one we’re sure will live on for years upon years. Follow it for yourself below and tell us what you think of this rendition of the timeline sitting behind one of America’s icons.