There was no shortage of great and historic Camaros at the 2011 Muscle Car & Corvette Nationals in Chicago. Here's a bunch of them in all their glory. For an overall feature on the event, check out the link at the bottom of the page. A Z/28 with stripe-delete is a rare machine. On Main Street USA, this was a car to be feared. With all the restored COPO 427s out there, it's nice to see one in Day 2 regalia. A COPO RS is pretty rare unto itself, but in Burnished Brown? COPO meets Comic-Con! In 1969, they'd call this white COPO "super-sano!" Rally Green was a color introduced midyear 1968 and carried over into 1969. Top dog for the redesigned '70-1/2 was the L78 396. This 1970-1/2 SS396 has Z/28 stripes. Only 600 Camaro Super Sports came with the 396/375 in 1970. This L78 Camaro is nice with the uncommon wheelcovers. This L78 Camaro SS396 is a work in progress. The debut 1967 Camaro in full Super Sport/Rally Sport regalia. Midyear in 1967, the 396 was introduced for the Camaro. Horsepower may have been down, but the Z28 was as popular as ever in the late '70s and early '80s. Horsepower may have been down, but the Z28 was as popular as ever in the late '70s and ear The Camaro was overdue for a redesign by 1982. Even with a 305, it was embraced by Chevy fans. The Camaro was overdue for a redesign by 1982. Even with a 305, it was embraced by Chevy f Grumpy Jenkins brought some of his toys, including this '81 Camaro... ... and '67 SS/RS This is one of the few fourth-gen SSs in the white/Hugger Orange scheme. Fathom Green was a popular color for the 1969 Camaro Z/28. Believe it or not, in 1969 the default stripe color for Burgundy was red. The redesigned 1970-1/2 Camaro Z/28 came with an LT1 350. These kids know what's USA-1! Daytona Yellow Z/28 was as bright as it got in 1969. This stripe shows this SS/RS to be a '68. A 396 is rare in the convertible. Over 3,000 pace car convertibles were built, but not many had the 396. LeMans Blue just could be everyone's favorite color. The new Camaro went retro, but this may be the best of both worlds. LeMans Blue with white stripes, Rally Sport package, and painted bumper - does it get any better? LeMans Blue with white stripes, Rally Sport package, and painted bumper - does it get any Chevrolet's first bid to beat up on Mustangs was the '67 SS350. Black and red is not a common combination on the 1969 Camaro SS/RS. 1968 Camaro "Bella" The owner of this '68 named her "Bella." What would you name her? 1968 Camaro "Bella" The owner of this '68 named her "Bella." What would you name her? A rare accessory for the 1967 Z/28 was this cowl plenum. Before the Camaro went COPO, Don Yenko transplanted the 427 into this car. British Green is a fitting color to the 1968 Z/28. Daytona Yellow Z/28-RS is high on many's want list. The LT1 was rated at 360 horsepower in the Z/28, 370 in the Corvette. Only 602 of the first Z/28 were built. This 1970-1/2 Z/28 has the Rally Sport package. About 1,000 COPO Camaros were built in 1969. One L78 1970-1/2 Camaro SS is a rare sight. A selection of them is unprecedented. Cowl Induction was optional for the '69 Z/28. Poverty caps, 427/425 ... sleeper to the unsuspecting. Numerous influences make this '68 a nice resto-mod. If they can do it to a '55 Chevy, why not give a Camaro the same treatment? By Diego Rosenberg Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!