Air conditioning became available as an option with this engine. To handle this extra power, the disc brakes were enlarged and the suspension was upgraded. The exterior was originally charcoal as indicated by the trim tag, we believe the current color to be a lighter shade of that original charcoal color, however it does retain the original blue Z28 decals. Returning from '79 was a 305 V-8 that was revised to produce 155 horsepower, up from 130, while a stronger 350 now made 190 horsepower. The 1970, often referred to as a 70½ because the first 1970 Camaros didn't hit show floors until February 1970, was the first Camaro offered with a rear stabilizer bar. Total production for the year was just over 42,000. The Camaro grew in size in 1974 due to a forward sloping grille and new aluminum bumpers.
This inspection covers the safety of the car. Please help if you can. The optional center console, with standard shifter, was now integrated into the lower dashboard with small storage area or optional stereo tape player. Two 454 cu in 7. The L69 small-block engine was offered from 1983 through 1986. The name 'Camaro' was decided upon before production began.
While we build trust through a positive eBay score feel free to contact us with any questions or requests for any vehicle you have interest in purchasing. Most of the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro mechanics remained unchanged. This resulted in 1100 Camaro's failing to meet 1973 Federal bumper safety standards. To handle this extra power, the disc brakes were enlarged and the suspension was upgraded. The Rally Sport, Super Sport, and Z28 packages were still available. Z28s had new optional grey 5-spoke rims later used on the 1986—1988 , a unique upper and lower front grill and smaller revised graphics on its doors. Total production for 1998 was 48490.
It was fairly practical with room for more than two passengers. The Camaro's popularity was soaring. Rectangular bumpers replaced the round taillight designs. Performance was improved slightly by the staggering of the shock absorbers. Our mission is to provide an easy, carefree purchase experience for our buyers, and a seemless, straightforward consignment experience for our sellers. We reserve the right to end an auction early.
The vehicle was stylish and versatile, earning the coveted Motor Trend magazine's Car of the Year. This awesome 1980 Camaro Z28 would be a great addition to any cruise night or car show. This Z28 runs and drives well, with no leaks, smoke, or unwanted noises. The biggest change was the base engine, which was now a 4. As vehicles became safer, they became slower. This would be the final year for the second generation Camaro. Starting in 1970, the nominally 396 cu in 6.
The headlights were hidden, the taillights received minor alterations, and the exterior rocker trim was revised. A 30th Anniversary Package was offered to honor this accomplishment. In a world where shipping a small package can cause numerous headaches, the thought of shipping an automobile across the country, or even the world, can seem intimidating. This was the most popular option ordered in 1967 with over 64840 examples produced. Buyers became aware of the Z28 package in 1968 and ordered nearly 72000 examples. Sales of the Z28 package continued to decline so the decision was made to discontinue the option after 1974.
The current owner was part of the project team who modified all 90 street Camaros and crewed the race car as well. The second generation Camaro began production near the middle of 1970. The Rally Sport, Super Sport, and Z28 packages were still available. Rumors of the possible cancellation of the Camaro after 1972 began to surface and were nearly confirmed a year later when another worker's strike hit the assembly plant at , which was the only plant building Camaros and. The engine was constructed of aluminum to help reduce the overall weight.
If you're outside of the United States, fear not. The big-block eight-cylinder had been bored to 402 cubic-inches but still retained its 396 badging. This a great example of a driver quality Camaro Z28 that is ready for the be shown at any local show or cruise. General Motors mandated that the Camaro could not come from the factory with engines larger than 6. For 1969 the Camaro became safer and faster.
Mercury upsized the Cougar to an intermediate-sized to compete with the Chevrolet Monte Carlo and Pontiac Grand Prix. Weight was reduced with the use of plastic body panels sitting atop a steel space frame. The body had been redesigned and the suspension was greatly improved. The package included an improved suspension, decal package, and a 305 cubic-inch L98 Tuned Port Injection system borrowed from the Corvette. The first generation lasted from 1967 through 1969. To commemorate this historic accomplishment, Chevrolet offered a limited quantity of special edition Camaro's, painted in a black and white color scheme. The fourth generation lasted from 1993 through 2002.
Mechanical changes were made to correct problems that had been found throughout the years. We accept the following forms of payment: Cash in person, certified funds, institutional financing. Actual mileage may vary depending on driving conditions, driving habits, and vehicle maintenance. The race car was entered in order to publicize the newly engineered 1980 Z-28 Camaro. The Camaro grew in size in 1974 due to a forward sloping grille and new aluminum bumpers. All later years had slimmer roof pillars and a wraparound rear window for better visibility. Like the Trans Am, the revived Camaro Z28 was an instant hit and was powered by a 350 cubic-inch V8 with four-barrel carburetor and 185 horsepower 175 horses with California emissions equipment , with most cars sold equipped with air conditioning and an for a comfort-oriented public.