Chevrolet Camaro Production Starts on February 16, 2009!

According to the latest rumors the 2009 Chevrolet Camaro is going to start being produced on February 16, 2009. You can expect the car to start trickling into showrooms about a month or so after that.

GM originally stated that the Camaro was going to being produced at the end of 2008. Another important date to keep in mind is that the convertible version of the Camaro is going to enter production on December 7, 2009. It will be the perfect Christmas present.

It feels like GM has been showing the concept of the Camaro for so long now, but at least we now know when to expect the Camaro’s return.

GM is hoping to sell 100,000 Camaro’s per year with the V6 starting in the low $20,000 range.

Can you wait that long considering that the Dodge is already taking orders for the Challenger? Keep in mind that these dates are still far enough away that they could be pushed back even further.

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