The last year of the first Generation "GM F body" (compact) Camaro is 1969 and either as a coupe or convertible with 2+2 seating are the options. The power options include a six cylinder and a choice of six V8's The standard vehicle would have a 302 V8, but the ultimate choice is the 427 cu in (7.0 L) engine with tri-power and backed up by a four speed Muncie transmission. The trim options include the entry level Super-Sport or Rally Sport with the appropriate strips and badging.
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We live in strange times. At one end of the automotive universe right now are pure electric cars rapidly approaching mainstream usability for anyone within a conventional gas tank's distance of a latte. Development of autonomous cars is plainly visible. Pickup trucks outsell everything in America and yet, there's still an appetite for 650 horsepower (485kW) track-day weapons. Chevy's new Camaro ZL1 1LE goes back to the well-understood niche of—comparatively speaking in sales numbers—a tiny portion of thrill-seeking track junkies who want to arrive and drive at the nearest circuit. To counter Steely Dan's debut album title, you can buy a thrill.
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