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Our coverage of the Detroit auto show continues. During an early morning stroll around the Detroit show floor, we caught sight of a bunch of classic Camaros under wraps, including a '69 SS and several Trans Am-era beauties, including the GMP 1969 Sunoco Camaro Z/28 driven by Mark Donohue and a car that could be the 1968 Smokey Yunick Camaro. They're the supporting characters in the launch, later today, of Chevrolet's Camaro concept — the company's answer to the new Mustangs and concept Challengers of the world. Check back later today for more on the Camaro concept, debuting this morning. We're going to look for coffee.

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Camaro Concept: Cat s Out of the Bag [internal]