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New Chevrolet Camaro-Josh Anderson for The Wall Street Journal

New Chevrolet Camaro 2010-Yellow-Modern Muscle Cars

Chevrolet Camaro 2010-Modern Muscle Cars

Chevrolet Camaro 2010-Yellow-Modern Muscle Cars

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John Fitzpatrick, marketing manager for Chevrolet performance vehicles says  "We're all kind of surprised that the Camaro has done so well". He says he expects an initial increase in pent-up demand when the car went on sale in the spring, but sales of the Camaro have been high, totaling 8,082 in October compared to September 7961.

New Chevrolet Camaro-Modern Muscle Cars

Interior New Chevrolet Camaro 2010-Modern Muscle Cars

New Chevrolet Camaro 2010-Front Left View

Offcourse, It helps, that muscle cars are quite cheap, have good fuel economy, so that the buyers offcourse easily rationalize their purchases. In fact, Mr. Drobek says he bought a Camaro with a six-cylinder engine instead of the eight-cylinder model thirsty.

Billy Slemons of Collierville, Tenn, went to the V8 Camaro. The 42-year-old alarm company technician says he wanted a new Camaro, since seeing the prototype for three years. Its design reminiscent of the 1960 Camaros, but still looked modern. He is not worried about losing his job and says he did not doubt to order the car $ 36,000, despite the faltering economy. He says, "I worked hard to get it," adding that driving 28 miles each way to work, shifting gears and hear the roar of the engine just makes you happier.

New Chevrolet Camaro 2010-Front View
Dave Drobek bought his New Chevrolet Camaro

New Chevrolet Camaro 2011-Modern Muscle Cars

Muscle cars had their beginnings in the 1960s, the fans of cars, many still consider the highlight of U.S. automotive prowess. They reached their zenith of power, performance and appeal around 1970, after which the restrictions relating to pollution and secure and steep rise in fuel prices, slowly killed off the muscle car. The new models are reminders of this period, attracting older drivers who remember the original car, while his appeal of style and speed for younger buyers, who lost the 1960 completely.

The boom in sports cars, if it continues, will not be enough to lift the auto industry out of its slump: He was responsible for only 2% of overall passenger car and truck sales in October, down 25% this year. In fact, sales of sports cars can be cannibalizing sales of other types of cars. Industry researcher IHS Global Insight, says that some buyers of sports cars have previously purchased large pickup trucks for more image than to its use.

New Chevrolet Camaro 2010-Rear Right View

New Chevrolet Camaro SS 2010-Front Left View

New Chevrolet Camaro 2010-Modern Muscle Cars

For some drivers, "midsize sporty" cars are more of a commitment than a dream. Joseph Maroun, an engineer 36 years old electricity from San Diego, on a BMW 335i with a Mustang GT, driven in part by anxiety about job security.

"Normally, I would not consider a Mustang," Mr. Maroun says. "When I told my friends said, 'Oh my God, why would you do that?" "Although he lost the smoothness and sophistication of its old BMW, he says that the Mustang has a wonderful sound and he likes his cousin," a little brutal power". "It's a good car," he says, "until the economy gets better."

Write to Jonathan Welsh at jonathan.welsh @ wsj.com

Full story: online.wsj.com

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