The Camaro is an iconic piece of American automobile history. It's one of the cars that brought sports car performance to the everyman, making great power and driving pleasure affordable. This 1991 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 coupe comes from a lineage of rich automotive culture that has stood the test of time, lasting decades until the modern day. Although modern Camaros are some of the most powerful automobiles on American roads today, there is still a lot of appeal to the classic Camaros of the past, prized among motoring enthusiasts because of their great design, performance, engineering, and nostalgia. This Camaro is a Z28 variant with very few changes to its original condition and is garage-kept and well-maintained. It has everything you would want from a car of its caliber. With 66,490 miles on the clock, it's a car with plenty of life left in its tank.
What we have here is a true blast from the past that's sure to bring back some fond memories for those who were around during its heyday. For starters, it was the official pace car of the International Race of Champions (IROC) series in 1989. Not only did it lead the pack on the track, but it also dominated the streets with its unmistakable look and aggressive stance. The IROC-Z was the ultimate "cool kid" on the block, the one that everyone wanted to be seen in. Now it's your chance to get your hands on one of these iconic cars with this 1989 Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z in our inventory. It holds 46,000 miles on its odometer and had its services done recently. This is the perfect car for those who like to flaunt their love for classics while driving a ride that boasts a special place in history.
You really can't go wrong with good old American muscle. The iconic sports car that brought great performance to the everyman, the Chevrolet Camaro is still a car that is heavily prized among motoring enthusiasts today, whether they be the vehicles of yesteryear or the more modern iterations. This particular vehicle is a 1987 Chevrolet Camaro. Released in what is arguably the golden age for American muscle cars, featuring powerful engines and, for the Camaro, nimble performance, the vehicle was an instant hit. The lroc models featured an upgraded suspension, lowered ride height, and plenty more upgrades to the base Camaro, making this vehicle an even more formidable performance machine. The current owner reports this IROC-Z model clocking 5,700 original miles, making this a pristinely preserved beauty, ready to be yours should you desire it.
An iconic work of American muscle. It's one of the cars that brought sports car performance to the everyman, making great power and driving pleasure affordable. This 1971 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 comes from a lineage of rich automotive culture that has stood the test of time, lasting decades until the modern day. But even the classic Camaros still are prized among motoring enthusiasts today because of their great design, performance, engineering, and of course, nostalgia. This Camaro is a Z28 and has many updated creature comforts reported by the current owner, including power steering, disk brakes, functioning A/C and heat, LED lights, and more. With only 9,000 miles on the clock of this monster and the current owner reporting the car to be fully tubbed, why wouldn't you want to take this beast for your own?
The first generation Camaro was introduced in the fall of 1966 to respond to the rising Pony Car icon at the time, Ford's Mustang. The Camaro, however, was much more than just a Mustang rival; it swiftly earned the trust of sports car owners seeking the best value for their money. Right out the gate, the Camaro, encased with a timeless body frame, was destined to become a pure classic. Chevrolet offered three main trim packages with their first Camaro. Namely the RS, the SS, and the Z/28. Displayed here is a sublime example of a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro R/S Convertible with a tempting engine upgrade. That's not all. Its current owner reported a variety of other modifications that sum this Camaro R/S up into a beastly track car!
Chevrolet couldn’t allow Ford to have all the fun in the pony car space! They released the Camaro in 1966, and this popular nameplate ran all the way to 2002, before a seven-year hiatus, and resumption of production. Six generations of Camaro exist, and the first generation is particularly desirable. That’s why this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro which has undergone a frame-off restoration is a particularly valuable car, and will remain so for years to come. With just 1,800 miles off the restoration, can you take it on, look after it, and enjoy it the way it’s meant to be?
Stellar looks, V8 heart, vintage, and plenty of muscle power. This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Tribute makes all American car fans fall in love at first blush. As the first generation Camaro, the 1969 model year marked Chevrolets’ attempt to enter the promising Pony car market. Let’s just say Chevy didn’t regret this attempt, as the first gen Camaro is considered one of the best looking Chevrolets of their lineup. Let’s go over the details of this stunning 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Tribute to find out what this sporty beast has to offer. You certainly will be thrilled to find out what the power unit of this Camaro is capable of doing. It’s waiting for your call in Massachusetts, and let us explain why you should take your chance on it.
The Camaro and the Mustang. A story of two muscle cars from GM and Ford nuking it out for over fifty years. Other muscle car contenders have come, gone, and re-emerged but these two have stayed at it to this day. This second generation 1971 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is one of those historic machines, and it’s got a few upgrades under its belt too. With 24,000 miles showing, it’s quite lightly run as well. The factory build sheet is included in the sale.
Chevrolet’s second-generation Camaro had a tough task, living up to the success of the first-generation. Produced between 1970 to 1981, it had a long model run, and was a totally redesigned car. With classic Camaros and muscle cars in general becoming increasingly sought after, this 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 is a good chance to get in on the Camaro action. It’s mileage is unknown, but don’t let that put you off, as it’s a lovely Z28 variant with a crate motor that should offer much more power than was stock in emissions-regulated 1979.
When Ford stunned the world by releasing a landmark model called the Mustang that created a whole new segment, General Motors knew they had to act fast. Their response was the Camaro, created to directly compete head-to-head with the Mustang. Fast forward to 2022 and this rivalry is still going strong, with both nameplates having strong followings. You’re either a Mustang person or a Camaro person, although it is possible to be both, and there are people who have one of each in their garage. If your life needs a classic Camaro in it, this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS Tribute Edition is an excellent candidate. Whilst the exact mileage on this New Jersey-based car is unknown, the seller reports that he has put on around 3,000 miles during his ownership.
While the Chevrolet Camaro is more associated with the Transformers movies and media, which transformed the car into a pop culture icon, in the Camaro’s early days it was known more for its power and presence on the road, something that it continues to offer. The Chevrolet Camaro is currently on its sixth generation, but this listing is for a second-generation Chevrolet Camaro, also known as the “Super Hugger” due to its ability to stick to curves at exhilarating speeds. Our subject vehicle is such a model but even better, this 1981 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 383 Stroker is in immaculate condition and has been in the same family since its original purchase, with the current owner owning it since 1999. This magnificent beast is available to be seen in Michigan and just 44,500 miles on the clock.
Founded in 1911 and thereafter becoming a division of GM in 1918, Chevrolet, fondly known as Chevy, has been producing some of the most sought-after muscle and sports cars to date. When Chevrolet introduced the Chevrolet Camaro in 1966 for the 1967 model year as a direct contender to the Ford Mustang in the pony car segment, it took the North American motor world by storm. For the people who wanted a sportier and subjectively better-looking pony car, the Camaro was it. The Chevrolet Camaro has been produced from 1966 to date and is currently in its sixth generation. The iconic first-generation Camaro that made Chevrolet a household was built until 1969. Up for grabs is a magnificent 1969 Chevrolet Camaro with a host of upgrades and o miles on the odometer thanks to the new crate engine.
There's something about it that makes American muscle irresistible for the petrolhead in all of us. Although impractical in the modern day and a vehicle that might not be the best for the planet to drive daily, we still can't help but look back at the good old classics and appreciate them for what they are. This 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS is an iconic sports car that brought great performance to the everyman and is still a car that is heavily prized among motoring enthusiasts today. This particular vehicle features a massive V8, nimble performance, with only 3,300 miles on the clock reported. It's an irresistible offer that should be considered.
A first-generation Chevrolet Camaro in the SS trim, such as this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS that we've got on sale, is not only a desirable car but a piece of American automotive history. Introduced in 1967, the Camaro was GM's answer to Ford's hit pony car, the Mustang, and the sister car to the Pontiac Firebird. Since then, the Firebird has fallen by the wayside, but the Mustang and Camaro continue to nuke it against each other. With a bit over 90,000 miles on the clock, this car has seen some tasteful resto-modding that lends it a distinctive look.
Very few things in life match up to the sound of a V8 rumble and iconic 60s muscle car looks. Don’t take out word for it? Look at this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro we have today for instance. With upgrades to make you smile driving off in this classic American muscle is a recipe for a good time.
Ford’s pony car debuted in 1964, and Chevrolet was determined to not let Ford have all the fun and fame by themselves. Cue 1966, and the Camaro would enter the muscle car scene, and since then, Mustang vs Camaro has been at it, to this day. This 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 comes from the second generation of the nameplate, and bears 60,000 miles to its name. The seller also reports a host of new parts, which should ensure many more years of reliable enjoyment in this American classic.
The 70s saw many manufacturers scrapping plans for performance cars to figure out how to cater to changing customer trends and the oil crisis that was to come. Amongst all the wasted research and development stood the legendary Chevrolet Camaro donning fire breathing V8 powertrains amongst all the change. This 1971 Chevrolet Camaro we have today is a perfect example of muscle car greatness prevailing amongst the toughest times and can be yours to let loose on track on cruise into the week ahead.
You probably know the Camaro’s story. That it was introduced in 1967 as Chevrolet’s answer to the Ford Mustang, and continues butting heads with its rival even in 2022. The hottest Camaros on the block at the time were the Z/28 variants, described as virtually race-ready cars out of the box. That, coupled with the sheer desirability of original cars in pristine order makes this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 RS highly coveted, as well as a savvy investment. It’s undergone a complete rotisserie restoration to original condition that reportedly took 7 to 8 years so you can imagine how much attention to detail was paid. Having run just 1,500 miles since then, it’s waiting for you – if you act fast.
When Ford released the Mustang in 1964, Chevrolet knew they had to respond. Cue 1966 and the Camaro was released. Produced to this day, the Camaro is one of Chevrolet’s most successful nameplates, and this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro is from the first generation that started it all. Moreover, it’s a restomod that’s undergone a rotisserie restoration, which is a complete reconditioning of a car, following total disassembly, and is as intensive as you can get. With upgrades in the power as well as convenience departments, it’s ready to hit the road.
Back in 1993, the Chevrolet Camaro saw a redesign for the fourth-generation and was selected as the Indy 500 Pace Car for 1993. It went on to hold that honorable title four times, becoming the first car to do so. Naturally, Chevrolet was on celebration mode and built 645 limited edition Indy 500 Pace Car examples as a way to commemorate this achievement. It became a smash hit by dint of its spectacular styling coupled with the timeless sleek silhouette. “1993 Camaro Indy 500 Pace Car Edition Is the La Croix of Muscle Cars” says the renowned media brand Motor Trend. We are delighted to present to you one of these iconic cars that we discovered to be in pristine condition. Since it was kept fully original since its birth, what you are seeing here is a numbers-matching vehicle. What’s more, with only 600 miles on its clock you are basically getting a showroom condition car for your money.
Building cars to go faster is the American way. Back in the 60s, a host of automotive tuners were entering the scene but amongst the lot stood Don Yenko, A racer, and a Chevrolet dealership owner; Don Yenko specialized in making your factory Chevrolet Camaro faster. With a 3 year run on the first generation of the Camaro, owning a Yenko example is becoming increasingly challenging. Why search and wait when you can drive off in this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Yenko Restomod we have today. With a reported 6,000 miles on the clock this car sports all those Yenko details and has the power to back it up.
Chevrolet’s Camaro was introduced in 1967 as their contender for the pony car class, and spawned a sister car from GM known as the Pontiac Firebird as well. Some people think that the Camaro lives in the shadow of the Corvette, but the reality is, the two cars are competing in very different target markets, although they may share powerplants every now and then – which isn’t a bad thing. This fourth-generation 1997 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 is a fine example of a contemporary Camaro that’s entering classic status, but not too old to eschew some of life’s modern conveniences. With a healthy 102,000 miles, it’s a 30th Anniversary edition Z28 of which only 979 were made, and has reportedly seen some critical parts replaced with new items, granting it ample life for another 30 years, and beyond if looked after.
Back in the 60s, Chevrolet was trying to make its mark with the Chevrolet Camaro; You could have your Camaro in many forms, be it a performance bruiser or a convertible cruiser. With the COPO Camaros being the best performance variant out there from the factory, Don Yenko, a Chevrolet dealer knew he could top that as well and, with the support of Chevrolet, released the aptly known Yenko Camaro. You got suitable performance modifications, and custom design features to make it stand out from the rest. Finding a Yenko Camaro can be quite the task; fortunately, we have this lovely 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS Yenko Tribute waiting to be driven. With a reported 8,500 miles on the clock, this lovely tribute to a legendary car boasts all the right features and performance to provide smiles on every gallon.
With multiple variations and options to pick from, customizing your Chevrolet Camaro back in the 60s was a treat. Fast forward to today and you may come across a car with unique options ticked off, like this lovely 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS Convertible. This car sports the best of both worlds and is in great condition thanks to a nut and bolt frame-off restoration in 1999. With a surprise under the hood and looks to kill, its time you spiced up your weekend drives with this American legend.
The Chevrolet Camaro has been around for quite a while, 58 years for those who are counting. Each generation is special in its way, take for instance the first-generation cars ruled the muscle car scene back in the day, and fast forward to the 90s with the fourth generation, the Camaro marque still kept up in terms of power and performance with all the Japanese and Euro Imports. What if there was a way you could merge the best of both these worlds? The 1997 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Retromod we have today perhaps answers that question very well. With a reported 110,000 miles on the clock and sporting the iconic styling of the first generation with the performance of the fourth generation, this is one neat toy with the owner reporting to have $80,000 invested in the build.
Classic Camaros are unique, and a blast from the past that have managed to age with grace. Even today, they are highly sought-after vehicles and are a great choice for any automotive enthusiast, thanks to their powerful design language, iconic to muscle car aesthetics, the naturally aspirated growl and roar we all love from a V8. This 1968 Camaro SS is part of that heritage, and has a few surprises as well, reportedly being set up for drag racing enthusiasts. A true, original SS as reported by the seller.
Owning a car since new is anyone's dream. Your car represents your journey through life, be it the good or the bad times. Owning a car for a long time means labor of love; every part changed or upgraded is done with utmost care. Finding any vintage car with one owner is a tough task. All this makes this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible all that special and unique. This Sixties legend is reported to be a sale by the original owner and with a reported 44,940 miles on the clock, this piece of American history boasts a story and value like never before.
The automotive world, simply put, is one fast-paced environment. While manufacturers are axing off models every now and then to stay relevant, the Chevrolet Camaro is one nameplate that has stood the test of time, 59 years to be exact. With multiple trims and special editions, the SS model is present on almost every generation and keeps Camaro fanboys on their toes for the next release. However, finding a first generation SS is difficult with either exorbitant prices or bad examples on offer. With this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS Tribute Modified today, you get a tribute to a legend that features an extensive rebuild and just 300 miles since its restoration.
With good old muscle cars slowly disappearing off dealership floors, the Camaro marque had to find a way to stay relevant. When released, the third-generation Chevrolet Camaro was completely changed up and looking back, some would say the Camaro was the poster child of American automotive and the 80s. The third-generation Camaro also saw multiple trims catered to numerous segments, but the one to have was the IROC Z. Equipped with the best powertrains and tweaked design cues to make it stand out, it captured everything that was special in the 80s. Take a look at this 1988 Chevrolet Camaro IROC Z, for instance, with just 73,900 miles on the clock; this car is in excellent condition, which is a rare sight these days. What's better? This particular car is a T-top as well.
The Chevrolet Camaro is a popular American pony car that has gone through six generations of production. The second generation is noteworthy since it was the first serious challenger to the Ford Mustang. This iteration, which lasted from 1970 to 1981, was more of a driver's car than the previous generation Camaro. It was blessed with an improved chassis and suspension set-up and also benefited from better soundproofing, ride isolation, and maneuverability. These upgrades compensated for the Camaro's reduced horsepower output, and the second-generation Camaro was dubbed the "super hugger" for its road-holding abilities. A striking specimen of the 1981 Chevrolet Camaro Z28, the final model of the second generation, is presented here. After a memorable 125,000 miles on it, its original owner has decided it's time to pass it on to a new home. It is located in Oregon, and this is your opportunity to own a favorite among Chevy aficionados.
The car you see here is a product of one of the most competitive rivalries in automotive history. In the early Sixties, American automotive engineering had set a new benchmark, and that benchmark was the Mustang. Ford's halo car was quickly becoming the stuff of legend and there was nothing anyone could do about it. Anyone except Chevrolet. In the fall of 1966, a very special muscle car rolled out of the Chevy factory. They called it the Camaro; a title dominant Mustang owners were soon starting to worry about. With that, an ongoing rivalry that has lasted over half a century had begun, and the car you see here is of the very first generation of Camaros that went to battle. The vehicle is currently up for sale in Washington with 20,200 miles on the road.
With the Muscle car war in full throttle there were two models battling it out at the front lines. The Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Camaro. This fight on who’s better has been raging for 50 years and still continues to this day. Taking it back to the sixties it’s hard to imagine anything matching up to the legendary Ford Mustang but that is until you've set your eyes on this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Restomod we have today you really start to understand how Chevrolet kept up. Located in Florida this car has been with the current owner for 6 years and sports many surprises under its sleeves.
When picking up your brand new Camaro in the Sixties you sure had some spicy options to choose from. The Rally Sport (RS) option for one was a hot seller and gave other muscle cars a run for their money. With original examples becoming increasingly hard to find and soaring prices for those that emerge, this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Rally Sport Tribute is a breath of fresh air. Located in California and with a reported 2,500 miles on the clock this vintage American classic is one that boasts that plenty of Camaro greatness.
Chevrolet’s Camaro was GM’s riposte to the salvo fired by Ford that kickstarted the pony car class. Still in continuous production since 1967, the Camaro is now on its sixth generation. That makes examples from the 1967-1969 first generation highly desirable, more so if they are special versions, such as this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Coupe which has just 122 miles since a comprehensive restoration. It’s reported to be a rare and highly optioned Z/28 example and thus a rare find for the 1968 model year. Enthusiast owned; it’s said to have some broach marks on the VIN plate. Furthermore, this car is said to be numbers-matching in terms of engine, transmission, carburetor, distributor, alternator, and 12-bolt posi rear end. Now that’s special!
Owning a car that you can enjoy on the weekends or a drive down some twisty roads can be a very confusing decision. On one hand, you might want the comforts of a modern car, such as ice-cool AC and some good tunes coupled with a whole lot of performance and on the other hand, you might want to throw it back and drive something vintage with no distractions, just you and the car. Thankfully nowadays there are a host of customization professionals that can make your classic slightly modern. Finding the perfect mix of vintage and modern can be a tough one, that is until you've set your eyes on this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro. Located in California this Chevrolet Camaro has a Full Pro-Touring build and has less than a reported 1,000 miles after its build.
The process of purchasing a car has become increasingly easy over the years but the process of designing and manufacturing the car you drive off the dealership floor is not all that easy. Manufacturers spend billions of dollars in research but in automotive history there has been a few times a car was designed to be a race car. The Chevrolet Camaro Z28 was the brainchild of Vince Piggins, the man behind the equally iconic Hudson Hornet. Vince wanted a race car that could be available at a Chevrolet dealer. The Chevrolet Camaro Z28 was introduced with the 1967 model year as a rival to hot Ford Mustangs. With only 7,199 examples ever made it becomes increasingly difficult to find a factory original example, until you’ve set your eyes on this beautiful 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Z28. This numbers matching factory example is located in Florida and has a reported 31,000 original miles on the clock. This Camaro is a great way to grab a piece of rare American automotive history, as well as a savvy future investment.
Chevrolet’s Camaro is an American pony car, and the ‘69 Camaro belongs to the first generation of its kind, with the earliest examples being produced from September of 1966. The Camaro came with many options, among them was the famous SS performance package giving it an upgraded chassis, bigger engine, and a few cosmetic upgrades as well. The ‘69 Camaro carried over most of the major parts from the previous year with the exception of an all-new sheet metal and a redesigned V-shaped grille and a few other exterior panels for a more aggressive look. This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS is noted to have been meticulously cared for and is currently up for sale in Florida, with 11,500 miles on the clock. It’s build date is reported to be fourth week of December, from the Norwood, Ohio plant.
The Chevrolet Camaro is Chevy’s answer and prime competitor to Ford’s Mustang in the pony car category. Produced since 1966, the Camaro is right up there with the best muscle cars from the USA. It bowed out in 2002, but was rejuvenated in 2009 with an appearance in the hit movie series Transformers, and continues on sale to this date. This is a fourth-generation 2000 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Coupe from Rhode Island with 42,000 original miles on the odometer.
Muscle cars stand for big engines and mean personalities. Each muscle car is special in their own right and are now looked upon as important pieces of American automotive history. The Chevrolet Camaro for example is a car still made to this day and has a major fan base built over the years due to its sporty personality and drop dead looks. An estimated 5 million Camaros have been sold over 6 generations so standing out can be a tough task that is until you’ve seen this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS 406ci on sale right now. Its looks and surprises underneath the hood of the car make it a cracker of a car. What’s better? The car is reported to be a Southern car and also a X11 Norwood Car.
Chevrolet’s Camaro is the automaker’s answer to the Ford Mustang, and their competitor in the pony car segment. The Camaro was introduced in 1966 and continued on until 2002, where it underwent an eight-year hiatus before being relaunched in 2010 with the fifth generation that made the model famous, as a bright yellow example became known as Bumblebee from the Transformers movies. The sixth generation was released in 2016 and continues to be a sales success. This 2013 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 is from the fifth generation, and comes from Florida with 25,500 miles on the clock. The ZL1 is the performance variant of the Camaro, and at least 30% of the parts on it are ZL1-exclusive. What’s not to like about that? Here’s an American motoring icon, and one with potent performance to boot!
Chevrolet’s Camaro was the return salvo of fire to Ford’s Mustang, as a contender in the pony car segment. The Camaro entered just two years after the Mustang did, in 1967 as a two-door hardtop and convertible. There were a host of option packages including the RS, SS and Z/28 on offer. This is an enthusiast owned and garaged 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS 396 that has undergone a recent restoration to bring it to near-mint condition. It’s got less than ten miles since the restoration, and comes from Florida. If you are looking for a classic first-generation Camaro that’s in great condition and with power to back up the looks, here’s the ideal candidate! The restoration is reported to have been a full frame-off job, where everything right down to the nuts and bolts was done to period correct specifications.
It was June 1966, and many automotive journalists were anxiously waiting. What they were waiting for was the release of Chevrolet's answer to Ford’s hit Mustang. Chevrolet's General manager, Pete Estes, officially revealed a new lineup of a car named the "Camaro" at a press conference held at the prestigious Detroit Statler-Hilton Hotel. The name had been changed from Panther to Camaro. They figured the car would have to start off with the letter "C" to signify comradery between the other models on the Chevrolet line up, such as the Corvette, Chevelle, and Corvair. When automotive journalists inquired what the name Camaro stood for, Chevrolet product managers replied by stating a Camaro is "a small, vicious animal that eats Mustangs". This no doubt was a reference to Chevrolet's entrance into the Pony car market and showed they meant business. So, check out this beautiful 1968 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible on sale. Located in Florida and with a reported 62,000 miles on the clock this car doubles down as a piece of American history whilst also being a tasteful open-top driver.
When household names in the American automotive world are thrown around, Camaro is right up there with top bunch. The Chevrolet Camaro, a star in its own right since its debut in the uber successful Transformers series, has been featured in countless movies, TV series, games, and other popular appearances. It is the right there with the other famous pony cars the Mustang and the Barracuda. Currently in its sixth generation, this 55-year-old nameplate has reshaped the motoring world with its features and power at a competitive price. During the Camaro’s fourth generation, its design cues were changed to match with the times, in essence of being more angular, aerodynamic and with soft corners, making it less aggressive looking. Our subject vehicle is one such specimen, a 2002 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Convertible from Oklahoma, with all the bells and whistles you’d expect. Also, this car has just 79,000 miles on the clock, a pretty low mileage for a 20-year-old car.
With a production run spanning 54 years, six generations and counting, the Chevrolet Camaro is among the greats of American automotive history. The Camaro started life off as a new rear-wheel drive General Motors F- Body platform. It was offered to the public as a 2 door 2+2 coupe and convertible. The car was offered with multiple engine and trim options, and was set to be a competitor to the iconic Ford Mustang. The 1st generation Camaro had a production run of three years during which the model underwent mild refreshment. 1968 was a special year for the Camaro as it had a few design changes. This was the year Chevrolet wished to release the Z28 performance variant to the public. The Z28 was virtually a race-ready Camaro, available at any Chevrolet dealer. The first-generation Camaro we have on sale today is a 1968 Z28 model, of which only 7,199 were made. Our subject car is in Florida and has 31,000 original miles on the clock. With the steady increase in prices for American classics this car’s great condition represents a sure investment. This car underwent a frame-off restoration in 2003 and is reported to have been stored in a climate-controlled garage since then, with zero rust. All numbers are said to be matching.
With Chevrolet’s success of their first-generation pony car, the second-generation Chevrolet Camaro had a tough act to follow. In the past, GM engineers have highlighted that the second-generation Camaro was more of a “Driver’s Car” compared to its predecessor and was produced from 1970-1981. While there are many Chevrolet Camaros on the road, few of them feature the kind of painstaking work put into this build. This resto-mod Camaro has multiple original options combined with some tasty upgrades. This is a Camaro aficionado’s dream car with just 3000 miles on the clock after the 5.7L LS1 engine was installed during the complete restoration. It is reported that the original key, original tag, and original owner’s manual are available. Authentic information and documentation from Chevrolet are also available.
Following the success of the Ford Mustang, Chevrolet debuted their own pony car: the Chevrolet Camaro. A direct competitor to the now-famous Mustang, but with a lower price tag and with more options to choose from. The Camaro was an instant hit with young buyers, who wanted an affordable yet “sporty” car. The first-generation Camaro, produced from 1967-1969 came with a staggering 10 engine and five transmission options. It provided enough choice to appeal to anyone’s tastes and requirements. Our subject vehicle is an original 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS, repainted in the tantalizingly original Garnett Red and with less than 500 miles on the motor to boot!
The second-generation Chevrolet Camaro debuted in 1970 at the Chicago Motor Show. It was an American pony car that the onlookers went wild for, thanks to its new knockout styling and impressive engine. However, Camaro production hit an all-time low in 1972 due to the United Auto Workers strike, which shut down the plant for 174 days. The low unit production and escalating cost of high-performance cars make the ’72 Camaro particularly rare. This unspoiled 1972 Chevrolet Camaro located in Florida is the best-selling coupe version of the Camaro. With 100000 miles on its clock, it features new exterior and interior upgrades while retaining its original appearance.
The first generation of the Chevrolet Camaro was launched in 1966 with the choice of four body styles and two engines. The SS performance package of the Camaro received engine and chassis upgrades to improve handling and to make additional power. With a striking classic mien, this Camaro has been brought into the 21st century, to also focus on performance while keeping up with modern competition. It certainly meets the expectations of those after the true power a Camaro should have. This well-preserved member of the 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS edition has been engine swapped for a LS1 engine along with a few other upgrades up its sleeves. Retaining its excellent condition, this stunning Camaro is located in Florida for its lucky buyer.
American auto manufacturer Chevrolet introduced the Camaro to the automotive world in the 1960’s as a rival to the Ford Mustang. Although it has been classified as both a pony car and a muscle car, this 2017 Chevrolet Camaro 2SS “Hennessey HPE750” pushes the boundaries even further. The Camaro was redesigned in 2016 for its 50th anniversary, and this, the 2017 Camaro lineup, brings up the new bling. This Camaro 2SS has been turned into the HPE750, boasting some radical changes to the original recipe. Our subject car is located in Florida and has just under 2800 miles on its clock, throughout which it is reported to have been garage kept.
By April of 1965, word on the street was that Chevrolet was planning to release a machine code-named 'panther.' The car was to battle the ford mustang, and automotive journalists were left on edge with confusing clues and riddles until finally, on the 21st of June, 1966, the Camaro was announced. When the automotive press asked Chevrolet product managers what a Camaro was, they replied, "a small, vicious animal that eats Mustangs." This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS is for sale in Alabama and has undergone a complete engine rebuild.
The Chevrolet Camaro is a pony car that first rolled out of Chevrolet dealerships in 1966 for the 1967 model year. Spanning over six generations of looks, handling, and power, it was the response to the Ford Mustang — a rivalry that's still alive today. Bearing the honor of being a first-generation Camaro, this Restomod 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible appears to be free from rust and other body blemishes. It's stationed in Maryland, has been garaged, and holds the iconic 350ci V8 engine under its hood.
The 1st generation Camaro was a capable pony car that earned its respect on the drag strip since the first time one passed the quarter-mile. The 69 Camaro inherited its drivetrain and major mechanical components from the previous year's model but looked more track worthy thanks to its all-new sheet metal and redesign of its front grille and panels, giving it the appearance of an aggressive competitor. This 1969 Camaro is a ground-up build by Thompson Racing Engines is. It's up for grabs in Florida and has been completely reworked for maximum attack — if you're up for it.
By 1980, the second-generation Camaro had already been on the streets for several years. With low and wide proportions, the “Super Hugger” was already a hit. It was vastly different in exterior design from the first generation, with a European influence producing a cleaner and more aerodynamic silhouette. This example is a restored, numbers-matching, 1980 Chevrolet Camaro Z28, with its original 350ci engine and 83,000 miles on the odometer. Located in Virginia, this recently refreshed example is now up for sale and would make the perfect addition to any Camaro-enthusiast’s garage.
The first-generation Camaro hit the roads late in 1966 with a mission to eclipse its biggest competitor, the Ford Mustang. The 67 models had almost 80 factory options and 40 dealer-specific options to choose from, with the most desirable ones being the Rally Sport (RS), SuperSport (SS), and Z/28 models. The SS option, such as our subject car, added a dollop of power and was designed to tear up the quarter-mile in around 15 seconds — impressive today, but even more so over 50 years ago. This specific Camaro is reported to have just 2.5k miles on its new 454 motor.
If you're a fan of 90s and early 00s cars, then the fourth-generation Chevrolet Camaro is the perfect example of a desirable American sports car. The fourth-generation Camaro has a loyal fanbase thanks to its clean design and hot engines. Stylistically it remains unique, with the eventual successor resorting to a retro-inspired look. This red 35th Anniversary Camaro is the perfect example for any collector or enthusiast. Only available for the final production year, this special edition is one of the rarest Camaros ever produced. In total, just 3000 cars were made, and only 1398 of these were convertibles. And, with just 1200 original miles on the clock, this 2002 Chevrolet Camaro 35th Anniversary is quite possibly one of the lowest mileage Camaros in existence.
One of the most sought-after Chevrolet Camaros ever made was the "Yenko Camaro." A way of getting around General Motor's stipulation that Camaro's could not have an engine larger than 400ci (6.6-liters), the Camaro Yenko was a dealer-sanctioned custom creation that swapped in the L72 427ci engine from the Corvette. They were named after the racer and dealership-owner that came up with the idea, Don Yenko. While original Yenko Camaros are thin on the ground, tributes like this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, located in Delray Beach, Florida, offer the originals' style and performance in an attainable package.
This heavily tuned 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS Restomod perfectly blends the classic old design of the much-loved Camaro with neck-snapping power that never gets old. This pearl matte-white Camaro is a great fast track into the world of restomodded classics, with a carefully curated list of performance enhancements, all of which are listed in detail below.
This stunning 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS is up for sale, with a host of lovingly considered additions made, making it perfect for those looking for a completed resto-mod. With an upgraded LS3 engine, and many more modifications to the suspension, brakes, and exterior, this ’69 Chevy Camaro melds old-school design with new engineering and power.
This 1971 split bumper Camaro embodies American Muscle. The second generation Camaro revolutionized the auto industry and for many leads the pack of pony cars. 1971 was the second model year for the redesign and is a highly sought after vehicle.
Up for sale is this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro 327ci that is restored where it’s needed and original where it counts. This first-generation example was introduced in 1967 and almost all of it is straight from the assembly line. However, this convertible comes with a new front end and new disc brakes to keep the safety to a maximum. The 327 cubic inch V8 was one of the bigger engines offered for this year and it is all original. The power plant is unchanged and still has the soul and power of the 60’s Detroit muscle car scene. Comes with a Carfax report and matching numbers.
The original Camaro was GM’s answer to Ford’s runaway sales hit, the Mustang. Despite only being in production for a few years, Chevrolet’s original Camaro has become a fan favorite. This SS (or Super Sport) had reportedly undergone a full restoration in 2011. With 44,520 miles on the clock, this Florida-based 1968 Chevrolet Camaro SS has a host of subtle changes and upgrades, including a respray and the addition of fuel injection.
A seminal muscle car from an era of automotive excess that will likely never be repeated. This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS represents all that is loved about the great American Muscle Car. Born and bred in the USA, the Camaro was initially offered in three packages: the RS, SS, and Z/28. This example features both SS and RS packages, and is also a convertible, making it similar in specification to the pace car of the 1967 Indianapolis 500.
A gem of the 70’s, this example still has the original interior and rare blue paint. This was the last year that Chevy offered a big block engine in the Camaro and the 454 that sits under the hood is still growling. The 70’s were a premium time for muscle cars in America and this is one of the poster children. The split bumper front end was exclusive to this package and contributes to the unique look and distinct feel of this Camaro. With a very straight body and an upgraded sound system, there are a lot of pleasant surprises.
This 1972 Z28 tribute underwent a sympathetic restoration a few years ago. The car features Power Steering, Power Brakes, Repainted Body, Upgraded Sound system, Factory Air Conditioning (Not currently hooked up), Strong Running Motor, Reupholstered interior, and Aftermarket Wheels.
This 1970 Chevrolet Camaro RS is believed to be a true Rally Sport model, boasting all the expected RS trimmings including round front marker lights and an original RS steering wheel. It remained in driver-quality original condition until 2018 when it was given a frame-on restoration by a longtime owner in Florida, during which the lower rear quarter panels were replaced and the car was repainted in its original color of Cranberry Red. Power is provided by a rebuilt 350 V8 engine backed by a 3-speed Turbo 350 automatic transmission. Now showing 10,649 miles on a replacement factory gauge cluster, this second-generation Camaro RS is being offered from the Exotic Car Trader collection with a clean Florida title and a clean Carfax. Additional restoration details are available upon request.
Originally a rust-free 6-cylinder car, this 1970 Chevrolet Camaro restomod now bears SS badging along with new paint, trim, and glass as part of a restoration performed at the end of 2019. Now finished in Gunmetal Grey Metallic, this split bumper Camaro packs a modified 350 V8 and a 4-speed manual transmission carried over from a previous restoration. Many suspension and brake components have been upgraded and much of the interior has either been refurbished or replaced. This 1970 Camaro is being offered on consignment with a clean Florida title and a clean Carfax.
For sale is this 1986 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 IROC-Z with just 2,719 miles. Garage stored and all original, this car is in like-new condition and it still has all the eye-catching detail of a new Camaro. This unique IROC-Z example was the only year to feature a center mounted stop lamp attached to the hatchback glass and a one piece rear main seal. Everything on it is the same as it was in 1986 including the T-top, power locks and windows, and even the Owner’s Manual. Comes with a clean CarFax.