July 25, 2024

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The most valuable Camaros from every generation — Petersen Automotive Museum

The most valuable Camaros from every generation — Petersen Automotive Museum

#2 (Excellent) issue typical price: $50,100

The fourth-generation Camaro can be best summed up with the word “evolution”—it improved more in the course of its operate than throughout any other era. This is most obvious in the engine area. The motor it debuted with, the 5.7-liter LT1, represented critical efficiency in 1993, but is these times normally maligned for its finicky Opti spark ignition. This probable has fairly a little bit to do with the reality that later on fourth-gens obtained the fully redesigned, LS1 modest-block V-8. This motor introduced the functionality to a whole new level and permitted sub $25k Z-28s to run with some of the best athletics autos of the day.

With the LS1 getting this kind of a good performer, it is a little bit curious that the most highly-priced fourth gen Camaro is not a LS1 based automobile. To be good, it is not an LT1 motor vehicle possibly. For 1996, the famous Camaro SS badge returned with the assist of Avenue Authorized Effectiveness (SLP), the exact individuals dependable for the Pontiac Firehawk. Like with the Firehawk, a Camaro SS could be purchased straight by means of your Chevrolet dealer, technically producing this a standard creation Camaro. In 1997, like with the Firehawk, SLP offered a modest quantity of cars with the LT4 engines plucked from the Corvette plan.

These automobiles came only as 30th Anniversary version Tremendous Sports activities and ended up confined to 100 autos. These cars occur up for sale sometimes and often fly under the radar, but they can carry robust charges, creating them the most beneficial Camaro you could’ve requested from your Chevy dealer (GMMG constructed a run of tuned-up ZL1 Super Car or truck Camaros, which can carry up to six figures). Compared to Firebird costs, the Camaro and Firebird run neck-and-neck in worth, with a slight edge to the Firebird, but it is tricky to argue with pop up headlights and nostril hood scoops.

Fifth Era (2010–2015): 2012-2015 Camaro COPO