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