1992 CHEVROLET CAMARO
Bought this car to build a hot rod/race car. Found it for cheap. I Like that it is a Florida car no rust under the body. No accidents. Was worth doing a car fax report.
1988 CHEVROLET CAMARO
I bought this car because it was a 1 owner car and it was all original down to the original radio, original motor, not modified in any way.
One thing though, the carfax only goes back to 1992 NS this car is a 1988 model, but the owner did disclose to me that the car had been in an accident and that the right rear quarter panel had been replaced. No frame damage, I had the car inspected, and whoever did the work did a decent job.
I love Camaro's, and the 3rd gen camaros will be collectors one day, especially the IROC-Z as they only made them for 5 years and are under appreciated as of now, so get your while the getting is good!
2010 CHEVROLET CAMARO
i purchased the manual drive. the car drives great however when i drop into second gear going around 30-40 hoping to pass a car there is a huge "hiccup" (for lack of better word) before the car accelerates in comparison to other manual drives. also, whie the car sits idle for longer periods of tiem i do notice the car starts to shake. blindspots are also an issue. interior is in uniform with other gm models. not particularly to my liking
outside of what is mentioned i purchased primarily for the power and its exterior aesthetics. fast, surprising smooth and its looks speaks for itself.
i would give it a 3.5 based on the down shifting which is uber annoying. but i will round up because i do like the car a lot and there is no 3.5 stars.
There are 16,337 used Chevrolet Camaros in our used car listings, including the Chevrolet Silverado 1500, Chevrolet Impala and Chevrolet Malibu. 54% of these vehicles have only one previous owner and 89% have no accident history.