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Newly featured like-wire wheels and brushed aluminum panel between the taillights differentiated the 1976 Camaro from the ’75. A new standard V8 outputting 140 hp was available, power breaks became standard, and 1976 also saw the introduction of the Landau roof.
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The 1968 Camaro was almost visually identical to the ’67, with the exception of new front and rear side marker lights and vent-less door glass. What really made the ’68 Camaro stand out was big engines, upgraded suspension, and special equipment features.