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Initial release and from there the Mustang again popularity very quickly at the ship left Chevy trying to catch up so and 64 Chevy gave very permission to pursue the a the pony car for themselves as sternotomy the Camaro so with that Schuster on the Camaro Chevy built the Camaro up and eight you released it in 1966 size Chevy release the Camaro they release the Camaro and 66 and they say to compete against Mustang and the SCCA pony car wars says they are doing this they came out and 68 and the dominated the Mustang visit us on our website at www.aslcamguard.com or give us a call at 1-800-826-9252 or 918-836-6872 oil additive and one the winning 10 of the 13 contests that they had against them so with that Chevy was taking the lead in these competitions this led to beer engines and minimum beer bodies is support these engines to the charity compete with each other in these races so with that forward.
Created the Shelby GT 502 feet Chevy had its game of what dominating horsepower some is a is happening Chevy continue beef up his car and 1960 search 74 four decided three these games we need to pay attention the consumer so they wanted a car that he or economic fuel wise and so is Chevy four decided to accommodate this and they took their Mustang and reduce back down to its original size on doing this they reduced engine down to back visit us on our website at www.aslcamguard.com or give us a call at 1-800-826-9252 or 918-836-6872 oil additive down to the low 100 or for is hundred 11 hp so why they did this they took the car Artie mind sure you know from some as are doing this Chevy reduce the engine size to continue to dominate in the in the sports and as they were doing this 16 a sport so one dominating the sport good in the late 70s with the OPEC crisis going on and so Ford was losing and sales so they.
Had a major sales hit they are Chevy in the and decided to sell less cars a year to counter the OPEC crisis but also the factory straight they are going on in Michigan so both companies are hurting so from here we go on to the 1988 Sherry Camaros talk about some of the aspects of it CDH Chevy Camaro they produce 42,008 earn 20 V-6 is 53,455 V-8’s for total 96,275 cars some the configuration is and I’ll be eight this is overhead V-6 hundred and 34 five base horsepower at 4900 RPM and hundred 60 foot-pounds of torque at 3900 visit us on our website at www.aslcamguard.com or give us a call at 1-800-826-9252 or 918-836-6872 oil additive RPM the next engines L03’s and overhead V-8 hundred and 75 base horsepower at 4000 RPM and 255 foot-pounds of torque at 2400 RPM nixes the NLB nine engines and overhead V-8 the hundred 95 base horsepower at 4000 RPM and to do hundred 95 foot-pounds of torque 2800 RPM next is another LB nine said.
Overhead V-8 at 220 base horsepower at 4400 RPM and 290 foot-pounds of torque at 3200 RPM and lasses AL 98 with 230 base horsepower 40 4 PM and three and 30 foot-pounds of torque at 3200 RPM some of the color options that were available for these cars was a silver a medium Malley blue this is a bright blue a white and black a yellow gold medium orange a flame red a bright red and a gunmetal this is also in the Iraq was out so they had leather options for that and other specifications for these is upgraded cars so some of the visit us on our website at www.aslcamguard.com or give us a call at 1-800-826-9252 or 918-836-6872 oil additive talk at some of the aspects this car for the shoes of the stats on how would some the ways chicken protect car only you can do this is but they are product came guard I came guard fights rust and corrosion it prevents cam it reduces came lister where prevents engine deposits and conditions engine seals so in doing this.
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