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Happy 50th: Chevrolet Debuts 50th Anniversary Camaro

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To celebrate a half century of Chevrolet’s pony car, GM has formally announced a 50th Anniversary edition of the Camaro. Developed in secret to compete with the Mustang, Camaro was unveiled on September 26, 1966, and the rest is history.  This package will be available on the premium 2LT and 2SS models, and it arrives with a host of exclusive content.

Nightfall Gray Metallic covers the exterior, with orange & black accents. An aggressive grille and body color front splitter set this Camaro apart from its brethren, along with 20″ two-tone wheels. Camaro aficionados will appreciate the “FIFTY” logo on the fenders. The I and F are made of Camaro’s signature tri-bar emblem, a subtle reminder of the car’s heritage.

The interior is black leather with embroidered head rests. Orange contrast stitching and illuminated door sills all feature the unique logo, leaving no detail overlooked. As with previous Camaro anniversaries, production will be limited, and the pricing will be slightly more than the base model. Since this package is available on V6 and V8 models, tell us how you would order yours. If you are looking for a new project or a weekend cruiser, we have plenty of Camaros to choose from. Stay tuned to Autofluence for Camaro news

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