The track-slaying fifth-generation Chevy Camaro Z/28 is getting temptingly cheap


After Chevy Camaro production ended in 2002, GM was left was a pony-car-sized hole in its lineup for the first time since the car’s September 1966 debut. When the fifth-generation car returned in 2010 with concept car looks and a chassis borrowed from GM’s Australian brand Holden, the marketplace welcomed it with open checkbooks. At that point, few if any could guess that from that seed would germinate one of the most supremely impressive production track cars in recent memory—the Camaro Z/28. And right now, they’re getting just cheap enough to make you peek at that rainy day fund.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2018/04/16/affordable-fifth-generation-chevy-camaro-z28