An appreciation of the second-generation Camaro

Posted on December 26, 2012 by PeteRizzo

The design of the first-generation Camaro was such a runaway success that it's hard to believe that it was something of a rush job. The '67 Camaro was the introduction of the F-body, which, on paper, seemed like a less-than-ideal body structure. Instead of being a complete chassis, the frame was something of a Frankenstein, utilizing a unibody structure held together by an A-pillar that connected an independent front end with a separate tail.

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