The Chevrolet Camaro was first offered in 1967 and remains one of the most popular models ever produced.
As GM's answer to the Mustang pony car the first Camaros actually rolled off the assembly line and into dealerships
in late year 1966. With great success more than 220,000 Camaro's were sold in the introductory first year.
The "First Generation" of Camaros included 1967 to 1969 and hailed the highly sought after Z28.
1970 to 1981 is considered the "Second Generation". In 1982, the Camaro was re-styled again and the "Third Generation" was born, while the "Fourth Generation" began in 1993 and continued as the last generation of
the Camaro line through 2002.