Written by Gary Witzenburg, published by Automobile Quarterly in 1979, 216 pages.
Chevrolet was caught napping by the arrival and success of the Ford Mustang but responded with the Camaro (and its sibling the Pontiac Firebird) two years later. Both cars went to be huge successes in the market as well as on the track. The book delves into every detail of the design and development of the Camaro, its production over many years and its race history.
Illustrated with hundreds of archival black/white images as well as many delightful colour portraits, this book would be of interest to any Chevrolet enthusiast who loves the early Camaros. Unmarked, the book is priced at AUD$80 plus postage.