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68 is the best year first gen. I can steal parts from both 67, and 69. And they look better than any other year. I am totally biased.

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It is relative, really. I love the fat fenders and stance of the 68 but, I own a 69. Maybe, if I were you, and if I really wanted to know, I would pull out some Road & Tracks from the era and compare stats. Most just love the Camaro, no matter what year, motor or condition. I like mustard on hot dogs but, I suppose you like ketchup.

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1969, X-44, Export Model, Hugger Orange, Std. Int., BC Rear, PDB, GMPP 350HO, M22 Supercase, SSM Lift Bars, AirGap, Holley 750
 

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I have owned a 67 and now a 69, I like the 69 more because GM only made this body style one model year and with the squared fender wells it has a more agressive look than the 67 or 68, don't get me wrong I like all three years, but 69 is for me...Mike
 
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