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In tune with the company's semi-centennial celebration, the Chevrolet brand will release a 2017 Chevrolet Camaro 50th Anniversary limited-time edition. The celebration and vehicle's subsequent release will coincide with the Woodward Dream Cruise in Detroit.

The 50th Anniversary Edition will feature a Nightfall Gray Metallic paint treatment. It will also be adorned with a special anniversary badging. The car will also be displayed in various showrooms in the weeks leading up to the Woodward Dream Cruise, scheduled for late August. The cruise will feature a number of activities, many of which will feature the Chevrolet Camaro in some shape or form. This includes a tour of the model's assembly plant in the Lansing, Michigan, area.

The 45-minute tour is an excellent opportunity for car enthusiasts to see where their favorite pony car is manufactured. Interviews and presentations from staff will comprise of part of the tour.

Also part of the event is a Chevrolet Camaro heritage display, which will feature a number of retro Chevrolet Camaros as well as the upcoming 2017 models, such as the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1.

The original Chevrolet Camaro rolled out in June 28, 1966 and was a response to other high-performance sports cars in its class. The 1966 model also came with options, such as a convertible variant. Buyers could also upgrade the vehicle with an optional SS performance package and RS appearance trim design.

The standard engine at the time was a 155-horsepower engine. Buyers, though, had the choice to upgrade to a 327-cubic-inch V8 engine that delivered 275 horsepower.

You can wait for the 2017 model or settle for the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro at Performance Automall Tooele. You can also check out our other cars for sale in Tooele, UT.

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