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On June 28, 1966, the 1967 Camaro was announced as Chevrolet’s entry into the brand-new Pony Car market. Asked what the name meant, a quick-thinking Chevy marketing man responded, “A small, vicious animal that eats Mustangs.” He wasn’t wrong. The 1967 Camaro was a perfect reflection of its era. Boomers could buy the Camaro coupe for $2,466, which was a little more than half the cost of a Corvette. The base model came with a 230 cubic-inch 6-cylinder engine with 140 horsepower, and a column-shifted three-speed manual transmission. However, buyers could option up the Camaro with an outstanding array of