It seems as if we've been waiting for the production Camaro for years (oh wait, we have). There are plenty of Camaro-loving Americans happy to see that Chevy's pony car is finally ready for prime time, but some overseas aficionados may be very disappointed. GM has reportedly canceled plans to produce a right-hand-drive Camaro due to the company's well-documented cash crunch. The General will still ship 100 LHD Camaros to the U.K., just enough to keep the muscle car from having to qualify for type-approval regulations. GM will also limit sales to the 422 hp V8 model, at a healthy price of £35,000, or $50,000 in U.S. greenbacks. The Camaro goes on sale in the U.S. this spring.