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Please submit official, unofficial, and personal pages about first generation (1967-1969) Chevrolet Camaros only.


Auto dealership sites should be submitted to the proper location in Regional. Dealership links will NOT be listed anywhere in Recreation/Autos.


If your site is selling products online, please submit your site to the proper subcategory of Shopping/Vehicles/Autos. Such sites will NOT be listed anywhere in Recreation/Autos.


The 1967-1969 Camaros are often referred to as "First Generation" Camaros and they share a similar body and engine options.

Please submit official, unofficial, and personal pages about second generation (1970-1981) Chevrolet Camaros only.


Auto dealership sites should be submitted to the proper location in Regional. Dealership links will NOT be listed anywhere in Recreation/Autos.


If your site is selling products online, please submit your site to the proper subcategory of Shopping/Vehicles/Autos. Such sites will NOT be listed anywhere in Recreation/Autos.


In 1970 the body style of the Camaro changed drastically, and continued it's new look up through model year 1981. These Camaros are referred to as "second generation" Camaros.

Please submit official, unofficial, and personal pages about third generation (1982-1992) Chevrolet Camaros only.


Auto dealership sites should be submitted to the proper location in Regional. Dealership links will NOT be listed anywhere in Recreation/Autos.


If your site is selling products online, please submit your site to the proper subcategory of Shopping/Vehicles/Autos. Such sites will NOT be listed anywhere in Recreation/Autos.


The Camaro changed drastically for the second time in 1982. These Camaros are referred to as "third generation" Camaros, and continued through 1992.

Please submit official, unofficial, and personal pages about fourth generation (1993-2002) Chevrolet Camaros only.


Auto dealership sites should be submitted to the proper location in Regional. Dealership links will NOT be listed anywhere in Recreation/Autos.


If your site is selling products online, please submit your site to the proper subcategory of Shopping/Vehicles/Autos. Such sites will NOT be listed anywhere in Recreation/Autos.


Camaros changed body styles yet again in 1993, and continued in their final form through 2002, when Chevrolet decided to discontinue the model. These Camaros are referred to as "fourth generation."
Please only submit Camaro/F-Body Clubs to this category. That means no Firebird only sites.
This category is devoted to Camaro/F-Body Clubs all over the world.
Please submit sites about the Camaro IROC-Z only. All other Chevy sites should be submitted to the most appropriate subcategory of Recreation/Autos/Makes_and_Models/Chevrolet.
The IROC-Z was a special submodel of the Camaro, similar to the Firebird Trans Am.
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