Author archive for Kurt Klingensmith

The year 1986 was hardly a watershed moment for the Chevrolet Camaro. If anything, it was arguably a low point in “generation three.” First, the top V8 lost power, going from 215 horsepower down to 190. Federal regulations necessitated a new center, high-mount safety light that General Motors placed on the outside of the rear glass. This temporarily disrupted the car’s clean profile while engineers worked on an integrated solution for 1987.


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