SMKZ28 there's a paragraph on the cars in the book, Camaro From Challenger to Champion page 45. Terry
I checked my copy and Gary L. Witzenburg wrote, "Back in Detroit on May 2nd, Chevrolet unveiled a trio of Camaro 'dream cars.' A candy-apple red customized convertible called 'Cherokee' sported aluminum wheels, a rear-deck spoiler and twin exhaust pipes. A pearl blue SS-396 convertible called 'Cabriolet' was fitted with heavy-duty suspension and engine mounts, and other high-performance components, plus simulated air scoops on the hood. And most unusually, a pearl yellow Camaro coupe called 'Californian,' with special paint stripes and exhausts exiting from behind the front wheels, was mounted on a matching trailer pulled by a matching Chevrolet pickup customized with Camaro styling cues."
I'm wondering about the "May 2nd" mentioned in the book. The New York Auto Show ran from April 1st to the 9th, 1967. Is this a misprint in the book? Did he mean March 2nd? The car couldn't have been introduced a month after it appeared in front of the public at an auto show.
Very cool to find out that the car was yellow. That means I was finally able to identify the car and truck combination in the attached picture I have had for a while. It is a blown up picture from the September 1967 edition of Hot Rod Magazine. I found this version of the picture here: http://67-72chevytrucks.com/vboard/showthread.php?t=267224
Now to find info and pics on the "pearl blue SS-396 convertible called 'Cabriolet.' Anybody have a picture of this car?