Never forget the past.
The all-new 2016 Chevy Camaro has arrived. Opinions are still coming in but the overall reception so far seems to be solid. Not only is the Camaro a historic icon for Chevy and GM, it’s also a pony car American legend that dates back to 1967. In honor of that rich history, Chevy displayed nearly 25 historic and milestone Camaros – including the first one ever built – at Detroit’s Belle Isle Park last weekend.
Amazingly, this was the first time Chevy has gathered a collection of historic production, concept and race cars spanning the first five generations of the Camaro. Most of the Camaros came from the GM Heritage Collection while others were on loan by private collectors. Several of them were one-of-a-kind, like the 1969 Yenko Camaro and the 67/68 Camaro Z/28 Penske/Sunoco race car.