The initial production run of the Chevrolet Camaro began with the 1967 model year and ended in 2002. Thankfully, that end was only temporary, since the Camaro returned in 2010 and is still in production to this day. Enthusiasts commonly split the Camaro's history into distinct generations, with each representing a major change to the body style and features. The first four Camaro generations cover the 1967-2002 model years. Today, we'll take a look at how to identify the first-gen, second-gen, third-gen, and fourth-gen Camaro, as well as estimated production numbers for each year.