Cop 2: Hell if I know, it pegged my radar!
Ricer:revs weedeater at streetlight FaAART!
Camaro: (pulls cutout lever) glug glug glug glug VROOOOOOOM,tires squeal, car is noweher to be found
Ricer: I need a bigger spoiler and more NOS stickers.
The Camaro, first introduced to the American people in 1966, is either seen as the American Muscle Car, or the mullet head driven rust bucket. There are 4 different body styles: the 1st generation, from 1966 to 1969; the 2nd generation, from 1970 to 1982; the 3rd generation, from 1982 to 1992; the 4th generation, from 1992 to 2002. When you say Camaro, most people think of the 3rd generations (1982-1992) which where mainly driven by nearly broke rednecks with mullets. They have given a bad image for all the other Camaros out there. Most people overlook the V6 F-Body just because it's not the powerhouse it's bigger brother is. Yet, a stock 3.8L Camaro can walk all over a stock 3.8L Mustang all day. A stock 3.8 can even hang with, and possibly beat, Mustang GT's. Generally, Mustang owners and ricers talk down on the Camaro, only because they're afraid of it. They shiver when one pulls up beside them at a light and don't dare allow eye contact.
In 2002, GM ceased production of the F-Body. This was due to declining sales of this marvelous car, even though it can romp on all the others out there. However, in 2007 GM announced they will be re-instating the Camaro in 2009. However, it won't be a F-Body.