Top 10 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28s

Top 10 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28s

1. 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28

How could we not put the car that started it all in the number one spot? It is rare for a company to get something so right from the start, but Chevrolet did that in 1967. The all-new Camaro came on the scene with amazing looks, light weight and serious performance with the Z/28 package. Designed to compete in the Trans Am road racing serious, the 302 cid V8 was rated at 290 hp, but believed to make much more. Although the car didn’t secure the manufacturers championship in 1967, it would win it in 1968 and 1969; cementing the first generation Camaro as a true legend.

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  • Don Fraser

    you should have stopped at #4

  • JazzyJerome

    Good list.

  • me262_schwalbe

    A black on red ’77 Z/28 is, in my humble opinion, THE most beautiful car ever to come out of Detroit. The late ’70’s Zeds are derided by most, but they have to be taken within the context of the time. With the exception of some Trans Am models and maybe the L82 (but not the L48), they were hot rides.