Collector's Originality Guide Chevrolet Camaro 1970-1981
In 1970, after three years of growth in the muscle car sector, Chevrolet introduced its revamped Camaro. And despite dire predictions of the imminent collapse of the pony car market, the Camaro only became more and more popular.
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An amazing book with a lot of facts. would recomend this book.
Very good in the history of the second generation Camaro. The author seems to be locked in on the Z28 and you can tell he only writes about what is closely available to him. There is very little about the rare (even rarer than the Z28) 1970 L34 or L78 SS 396 Big Block Camaros. There are absolutely no pictures of either one. I bought this book with hopes of having refrences to help restore my 1970 L34. Sadly the author skipped over them or didn't go out and find one to photograph or research. If you have a Z28 this book is for you. All others just pass it up. The title should be "Collector's Originality Guide Small Block Chevrolet Camaro 1970-1981."