The 1971 Camaro was designed to come as close as any car can come to the Corvette and still have a backseat. It was powered by a 360-horse, Turbo-Fire V8 with a big four-barrel carb. The tranny boasted 4-speed Hurst linkage and the suspension was wide, stable and responsive. The Z-28 emblem let everyone know that this muscle machine was ready to run.
The 1971 Camaro was a Hot Wheels casting which debuted in the collector-aimed (100% Hot Wheels) 2004 Showcase Hot Wheels - Muscle Car Series. It featured an opening hood which displayed a detailed engine. It was only used four times before being discontinued.
The 1971 Camaro has come out in the following 1/64 scale versions:
|Col #||Year||Series||Color||Tampo||Base Color / Type||Window Color||Interior Color||Wheel Type||Toy #||Country||Notes / Variations||Photo|
|4/4||2004||Showcase Hot Wheels - Muscle Car||Red||Two Black Stripes on top, Badges & Details||Black / Metal||Clear||Black||RR||B6266||China|
|4/4||2004||Showcase Hot Wheels - Muscle Car (Hobby)||Yellow||Two Black Stripes on top, Badges & Details||Black / Metal||Clear||Black||RR||C6753||China|
|2004||FAO Schwarz - New York Store Exclusive||Orange||Two Black Stripes on top, Badges & Details||Black / Metal||Clear||Black||RR||China|
|2004||FAO Schwarz - New York Store Exclusive||Spectraflame Blue||Two White Stripes on top, Badges & Details||Black / Metal||Clear||White||RR||China|