The third-generation Camaro came in 1982 and lasted for 10 years, growing in power during that period and having many of the traits which made the Camaro popular from its launch in 1967. As always, the Z28 was the performance option, and in 1992, the 25th anniversary of the model, the car got a Heritage appearance package in either red, white or black, and continued the use of bolt-on spoilers and side skirt to modernize its appearance. The live rear axle had a limited-slip differential and 3.42:1 gears, and was located on longitudinal links plus a Panhard rod for improved cornering. The 305ci (5-liter) V8 had electronic Timed Port fuel injection with an individual runner for each cylinder, and Chevrolet made the car into more of a driver's machine by fitting a 5-speed manual gearbox as standard. Production cars could do 14-second quarter-miles.
Chevrolet Camaro Z28 (1992) Specifications
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