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The Camaro has been around since 1967, and it was officially discontinued in 2002. It is likely that a new Camaro will be available in 2008 or 2009. There were 4 generations of Camaros prior to its halted production.
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The Camaro has been a sports car from day one, but it was never the flagship performance car in the Chevy lineup. That designation has always gone to the Corvette. During the late 1960's, however, the Corvette cost about twice as much than the Camaro, which was easily modified to make it about as high performing. The first generation came in several packages: the RS, SS, and Z28. Nearly a quarter of a million 1st generation models were sold. The 2nd gen. saw the introduction of the T-Top in 1978 and a Buick V6 engine in 1979. 3rd gen's got fuel injection in 1982 and the IROC-Z in 1985. The 4th gen 30th anniversary Camaro SS got a 330 hp LT4 engine and sold for about the same price as a Corvette: $38,000. The Camaro is very popular in the custom mod market, and they can be found used in either original or restored condition. Classics (1st gen) are highly prized, while 2nd and 3rd gens are fairly inexpensive. Try looking on eBay for the biggest selection, along with parts.
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