How Ford Mustang helped create the Camaro and Celica

Very small car. When Ford saw there on the dais, some of his they came and were very interested. They asked me if we were planning to build it. I told them we would if we could, but I could not approval. The corporate people would not give us approval. As soon as the Mustang came out, I knew that we needed something to compete with him, but we still cannot approval.” Once adopted, a name proved elusive. Proposed names include the nickname of Super Nova before mentioned, along with Vega and Commander. Panther was another name that widely circulated in the press, but during a press conference 14 of the city, circuit closed, televised on 29 June 1966, general manager of Chevrolet Pete Estes announced the

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