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*[['69 Chevy Camaro Convertible]]
 
*[['69 Chevy Camaro Convertible]]
 
*[['69 Chevy Camaro]]
 
*[['69 Chevy Camaro]]
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*[['69 COPO Camaro]]
 
*[['69 Pontiac Firebird T/A]]
 
*[['69 Pontiac Firebird T/A]]
 
*[[Custom Camaro]]
 
*[[Custom Camaro]]
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*[[Firebird Funny Car (1982)]]
 
*[[Firebird Funny Car (1982)]]
 
*[[Hot Bird]]
 
*[[Hot Bird]]
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*[[Mean Machine]]
 
*[[Firebird Funny Car (1982)|Side-Splitter]]
 
*[[Firebird Funny Car (1982)|Side-Splitter]]
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*[[Tubular Tube]]
   
 
==='''Third Generation, 1982–1992'''===
 
==='''Third Generation, 1982–1992'''===
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*[['93 Camaro]]
 
*[['93 Camaro]]
 
*[[Camaro Convertible]]
 
*[[Camaro Convertible]]
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*[['94 Camaro]]
 
*[[Firebird Funny Car (1997)]]
 
*[[Firebird Funny Car (1997)]]
 
*[[IROC Firebird]]
 
*[[IROC Firebird]]

Revision as of 17:23, May 24, 2020

The F platform, or F-body, was General Motors small rear-wheel drive automobile platform from 1967 until 2002. It's often used as an umbrella term for the two models that were based on it, the Chevrolet Camaro and the Pontiac Firebird.

The 5th generation (2010-2015) and 6th generation (2016-present) Camaros are technically not built on the F platform, but many enthusiasts still include them colloquially.

F-Body Generations

First Generation, 1967–1969

Second Generation, 1970–1981

Third Generation, 1982–1992

Fourth Generation, 1993–2002

Non F-body Camaros

Fifth Generation, 2010-2015

Sixth Generation, 2016-present

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