1970 Camaro Commercial

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    its a super hugger
    unlike the first video where its going all over the road cause its rolling so bad
     
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    Love to see one of those PO2 turbine covers come zipping off!!! Ha! Would kill somebody!
     
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    I enjoy seeing those old commercials from the old days. The best ever commercial made seems to have disappeared from the earth. It was a commercial that ran on TV in 1968. It featured a 1968 Z28 Camaro working a road course at high speed. Not one word was said during the commercial. The entire sound track was the sound of the Z28 exhaust. At the end of the commercial, they simply put up the words. "Z28 Camaro, 140 mph" and the commercial sponsor name. It is so long ago that I can't remember if it was Gulf oil or Sunoco advertising their Sunoco 260 gas.

    And, then there is this old commercial from 1966-67. This car is like the one a friend of mine got in Sept 1966 when the first Camaros arrived at the dealer. When he gave me a ride in his '67 SS350, I was hooked on Camaros.
     
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