I thought it would be good to share books, magazines and other publications that are what I consider recommended reading.
At the core of any camaro enthusiasts library has to be "the unfair advantge" The book by Mark Donohue, written with the guidance of Paul van Valkenberg.
Published in 1975, and selling for a measly $ 11.95, this is the story of Mark's racing exploits, from the starting point, to the time of publication.
Sadly Mark was to die in an F1 car in Austria, the safety fence system of the time was not as good as it could have been.
While there are in depth chapters on most of the cars Mark raced, and the people he raced with and against, the real gem for us is the section on the T/A Camaros.
For many years this book was out of print, and gained almost cult status within the devotees of Mark Donohue. It was republished a few years back as a paperback, and the prices are very reasonable.