Late August only means one thing in the Detroit area: Itís time for the annual Woodward DreamCruise! Coinciding with this legendary classic car event, Chevrolet is also celebrating the Camaroís 50<sup>th</sup> birthday.
Chevyís tire-smoking performance machine is now solidly in middle age, but donít think for a second itís gotten fat and slow over the years, quite the contrary. Todayís model runs harder, stops sooner and grips better than any one that came before it.
Introduced for the 1967 model year, Camaro
soon became a symbol of vehicular delinquency and youthful exuberance thanks to its muscular engines and aggressive styling. In the five decades since its introduction, this performance car has won legions of fans.
And whether they drive an unmolested original or a brand-new sixth-generation model, owners are crazy about their Camaros
. Tapping into this enthusiasm, Chevrolet hosted several customer-focused events that coincided with Detroitís Dream Cruise. The first one was a rally and car show combination at their Lansing Grand River assembly plant where the car is built, the other was a cruise from downtown Detroit up historic Woodward Avenue.
Hundreds of cars and even more Camaro enthusiasts participated in these gatherings. Check out the above video for more about this legendary Chevyís half-century birthday.