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Camaro Intro Ad Idea

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Anyone remember this?

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=85...b+Suite&pl=true

I thought of this and it could be an idea for a Camaro intro ad...

First show a tagline: "After many years of waiting, there's something that the Chevrolet family is so happy they're dancing..."

Then show a stream of Cobalt SS, Malibus, Impalas and Corvettes enter the scene doing the stunt ballets. After dancing for a short while, a covered carrier truck arrives. Camera zooms into the container, and zooming into the light fading into the Camaro sitting inside, zooming into the smooth body lines and slowly getting brighter. The Camaro then lights up, launches off from the carrier, does a short burnout and joins the dance.

At the end of the commercial, the cars line up in front of the camera, with the Camaro in the middle.

Tagline:

"The all-new 200X Chevrolet Camaro: The return of the prodigal son."

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i always thought itd be cool if it started pitch balck and you heard a motor revving up real loud... then you hear "ever wonder what it sounds like when a mustang cries?" then theres a screech as the camaro does a burnout and winds up outside going through corners and such then it says "now you know... the 200X Camaro, the sound of fear"

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Well, part of my idea is to use the somewhat "halo effect" to boost the interest on other Chevy vehicles as well.

Preferably all cars and trucks show up on scene, enhancing the effect.

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