What was the last year of the Z28 Camaro?

Sales were at an all-time high, but with increased gas prices and shortages and new federal safety and emission regulations to adhere to, the Z28 package was discontinued in 1974.

How much should I pay for a 2017 Camaro?

Prices for the 2017 Camaro range from about $21,500 to nearly $40,000, with the average price landing around $27,500.

How fast is the Camaro Z28?

around 135 mph
With a top speed of around 135 mph, the coupe was definitely a worthy track machine. According to many automotive journalists, the 1969 Camaro RS Z28 was among the most agile muscle cars of its era.

How much is a 2021 Camaro?

From $25,000
2021 Chevrolet Camaro/MSRP

The 2021 Chevrolet Camaro starts at $25,000, which is the lowest base price among sports cars. However, with two body styles (coupe and convertible) and a wide range of trims, engine options, and available features, the cost of a Camaro can vary widely. You can get most Camaro configurations for under $50,000.

When was the last Camaro Z28 made?

The 1992 campaign featured the final Camaro built in the Van Nuys plant (and the U.S.), as the last third generation red Z28 coupe rolled off the assembly line on August 27 of 1992. This year marked the 25th anniversary of the Camaro and Chevrolet had big plans for the occasion.

What does Z28 mean on the Camaro?

The name Z28 started out as only a Regular Production Order (RPO) option code but has since grown into one of the most recognizable three letters in Camaro automotive history. It may just be a coincidence that the RPO code for the Camaro Super Sport (SS) package was Z27 and that RPO Z28 just followed it sequentially or maybe not.

What is the best year of the Camaro?

The best of the breed was the racing-ready Camaro Z28 1LE, offered from 1988 to 1992. Available with either a 305-cubic-inch (5.0L) or 350-cubic-inch (5.7L) V-8, it also incorporated stiffer dampers, a baffled fuel tank, an oil cooler, and an aluminum driveshaft.

What does the Z in Chevy Z28 mean?

Some people mistakenly believed that the Z in Z28 stood for Zora Arkus-Duntov the Corvette engineer. Actually a man named Vincent W. Piggins (more on him later) had put a name on the original 283 “Z28” prototype Camaro before he presented it at a October 1966 “show-and-tell” session with top management at the GM Proving Grounds.