Chevy couldn't let Ford have all the fun in the pony car segment and debuted the Camaro in 1967 as a direct competitor in the pony car segment. The first generation ran for a mere three model years before the second took over for eleven years. By 1981, the time was ripe for change, and the third generation debuted in 1982. It won many hearts by featuring slick new styling and was based on GM's F-Body. This 1982 Chevrolet Camaro reportedly sports the Z28 package and has under 13,000 miles on it. It's probably the lowest-miler third-gen Camaro out there, so grab it while you can.
If you think there's something faintly familiar about the side profile of this silver 1982 Chevrolet Camaro, you're not wrong. It's nearly identical to the 1982 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am, immortalized on the silver screen as KITT. That's no surprise, as the two cars are closely related in many aspects, apart from sitting on the same platform. While the Firebird has pop-up headlamps, the Camaro has quad fixed units. Also, the Firebird and Camaro have different tail lamps and bumper designs. However, they share the same 62-degree front windshield rake, the steepest ever on a GM product at the time. This car also has the desirable T-tops and rolls on alloy wheels. Furthermore, it sports a cowl induction hood for added sportiness. Inside, you've got seating for four occupants on cloth seats that sport blue, gray, and orange colors. The door cards feature the same color scheme, while the dash is black. Amenities include power windows, mirrors, climate control, a Pioneer head unit with CD, USB, and AUX connectivity, and a JL Audio subwoofer. There's also some respectable luggage space beneath the large glass rear window.
This 1982 Chevrolet Camaro comes with a 350ci LT1 V8 that's got a 4-bolt main and header from Moroso. It's also got MSD digital ignition, and an Edelbrock air cleaner. Drive goes to the rear wheels via a manual transmission. The current owner also informs us that the car sits on modified suspension with roll bars for better handling characteristics.
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