1992 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe
1992 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe
Chevrolet introduced the Camaro on June 28th, 1966, began making them in August, and by September, the first cars were delivered to the public. Ever since then, every Camaro built has had a singular goal: beat the Mustang. It's the most intense and enduring automotive rivalry in America, and arguably the world.
This early version midsize “hot hatch” with its greenhouse like rear glass and rear deck, that opens to the rear of the car for storage, or extra “stuff” is showing off in nice condition. With a consigner stated 71K+ miles, it has been well taken care of over its lifetime. A ready to go classic, turn the key and start smiling.
A closer look reveals a blend of more thoughtful details and stock Camaro pieces that work in harmony to complete the look. The 1992 Camaro's had an especially aggressive fascia with a pointed nose and deep-set dual headlights. With a front spoiler, some bolted on rocker aero, a rear spoiler, all dressed in Dark Brite Teal this RS model is straight and true. The original glass remains in place and the removable roof panels still seal like new. Look down the side and you'll find RS badges on the fenders while well-integrated mirrors and flush door handles on the doors. Standard Camaro badged 5-spoke aluminum wheels are all around.
Open the doors and step into a car interior that could have only come from the early 1990s. Designed to complement tastefully the exuberant exterior, the space utilizes a gray tweed fabric that covers the front buckets and rear bench. These show little signs of wear and feel just as good as they did in 1992. From the driver's seat, a 4-spoke padded steering wheel connects you to the chassis through a tilt column while instrumentation is provided by a tidy cluster with gauges that track all the usual suspects including speed, revs, temperature, oil pressure, alternator output and fuel. Around the gauges, a sculpted dash makes room for niceties such as air conditioning and the impressive Delco-Bose AM/FM/cassette stereo. Nice gray carpeting compliments the tweed, and floods the floors with just a tidy bit of staining.
A 305ci V8 with fuel injection is connected to a 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission, which work together to provide plenty of GO!
Peer underneath this Camaro and you'll find a clean undercarriage with some surface rust, which would be typical of a car that age and those miles. Output spins down the driveshaft to a limited slip performance axle, a 10” rear with 3.23 gears. Around the drivetrain, the suspension remains in its stock configuration, and we can see power discs upfront and power drums on the rear.
Mostly original, this car remains one of the more popular generation styles of the Camaro, and it is still striving and some years beating the Mustang!
FP-Camaro Sport Coupe
3-Manual Belts, Drivers Airbag
E-305 V8 170HP L03
L-Van Nuys Assy Plant
110876-Sequential Unit Number
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This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.
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