When Chevrolet introduced the Camaro for 1967’s model year, it did so as an answer to the Ford Mustang. In its initial run, which lasted until 1992, Chevrolet produced a total of four generations of the muscle car that were identifiable. The fifth generation of the Camaro hit movie screens in 2007, serving as the vehicle mode of the Transformer named Bumblebee. The sixth generation of the Camaro begins with the 2016 model year. Due to its longevity, now spanning some approximately 50 years, the Camaro is a popular find in car auctions, and salvage cars to use for parts are readily available. In addition to being the pace car for the Indianapolis 500 eight times, the Camaro replaced the Porsche Carrera RSR as the official car of the International Race of Champions, becoming the series’ first American-made car. Unquestionably, the Camaro’s reentry into the marketplace has been nothing short of a success. The 2015 Chevrolet Camaro is the last model in the fifth generation. Harkening back to the first generation, this Chevrolet Camaro features styling cues that remind everyone why the Camaro has been such an enduring brand unto itself. ABetter.bid provides you the opportunity to find the car you desire at a reasonable price, or the parts you need to complete your project. Additionally, you can find any other Chevrolet model among thousands of auctions, including the Chevrolet Corvette, Colorado, Cruze and Cobalt, just to name a few.