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 History Of The Chevrolet Camaro


Originally on: http://cars.dozer.com/features/camaro_history/camaro_history.html

By tigeraid

The latest Camaro for 2000 again shows little change to what could be the perfect pony car. Radio controls were moved to the steering wheel and a 12-disc CD changer was added to the option list. Miscellaneous changes include rear seat child restraint provisions on all coupes, revisions to 3.8L & 5.7L make them compliant with govt. L.E.V. standards. The Z28's low coolant sensor was dropped as well.

The V6 model comes with the same wheel colors, though 16" wheels are now optional. The Z28 has the standard 16" wheels, either painted or polished. 17" wheels are not available, being a part of the SS package. Fog lights, power mirrors, door locks, windows, keyless entry, and Monsoon premium sound system w/ cassette player now standard equipment on V6 Convertible.

The only easy way to tell a 2000 Camaro apart from 98-99 was the side-view mirrors, now the same color as the body.

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