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1992 Camaro

Overall rating:  Product Rating: 4.0

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The last and best 3rd Gen Camaro

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Dec 31, 2009 (A Helpful review)

Author's Product Rating: 40 Recommended: Yes 

Pros: Sharp car, classic American muscle car heritage. Quick acceleration and great handling to match. 
Cons: On wet, icy roads the rear end will swing around if not careful. 
The Bottom Line: This is classic american iron which like other Camaros before it, will eventually become a collector item. Buy one now and restore it and save it for the future. 

I have a teal blue 92RS with T-tops and the TBI 305. This is a good compromise for a later year "classic era" muscle car that is still has enough balls to keep up with most newer generation muscle cars, especially mustangs which it can smoke with ... read more

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92 Camaro RS Convertible

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Apr 20, 2004 (A Very Helpful review)

Author's Product Rating: 40 Recommended: Yes 

Pros: Style, V-8 engine, looks, fast, powerful, low price.
Cons: High Insurance, back seats a little small.
The Bottom Line: A great car, for the right person.

I bought this car about a month ago, after looking for a while in all the usual places. This is my first car, so I had high expectations, with a low budget. After test driving it a few times, I went to the mechanic to get it checked out. Even with only ... read more

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1992 Camaro - Why the Z28 isn't on my "must have " list.

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Dec 1, 2001 - Updated Jun 28, 2005 (A Very Helpful review)

Author's Product Rating: 20 Recommended: No 

Pros: Strong performance with V8 models.
Cons: V6 models make the Camaro slower than most family sedans of the same year.
The Bottom Line: I do like this car, but I'd save a few extra bucks and go with a 1993 Z28, that comes with better performance, better looks, and a 5.7 LT1 Engine.

The legendary Z28 moniker has stuck with the Chevrolet Camaro into its fourth generation and finally died with the entire Camaro line-up in 2002. Since that magic three figure code "Z-2-8" first appeared in 1967, it has always meant ... read more

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92 Camaro RS

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Nov 18, 2001 (A Helpful review)

Author's Product Rating: 50 Recommended: Yes 

Pros: Overall driveability, sleek looks, T-top models offer the best of both worlds.
Cons: High maintenance, costly upgrades
The Bottom Line: The 92 Camaro is a very good driving car for the long Sunday drives. If you love to drive, then a Camaro is for you!

Where can I begin. First off I would have to thank Chevy for making such a good baseline Camaro. There are a lot of people that think that Camaro's are just a waste of money. I think if you love an American made car that is fun to drive as well as fun to ... read more

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Chevy makes the best cars.

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Mar 9, 2001 (A Very Helpful review)

Author's Product Rating: 50 Recommended: Yes 

Pros: Chevy. Fast, sleek, powerful. This is the best car.
Cons: None that I've noticed.
The Bottom Line: Get this car if you get a chance! Not too common, especially with T-Tops. Fun to work on, even more fun to drive...just don't get caught speeding!

I have a black 1992 Camaro RS, 25th Anniversary edition. I fixed it up myself and with the help of my brother, and man does this thing run! It has very good acceleration, and with good tires, it handles wonderfully. I have T-Tops on mine, which is ... read more

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I miss my car

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May 21, 2000 (A Helpful review)

Author's Product Rating: 40 Recommended: Yes 

Pros: Good performance, cheap to maintain
Cons: Lacks build quality in places. Not the most practical car.

My Camaro A few years back, I had the joy of owning a 25th anniversary edition 92 Camaro RS, teal in color. I really enjoyed that car. There are cars out there that are faster, handle better, and with a higher build quality, but there was ... read more

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Z/28 Camaro .. The SUPERIOR Automobile

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Mar 2, 2000 (A Very Helpful review)

Author's Product Rating: 50 Recommended: Yes 

Pros: Good looks, reliability, performance, luxury, dependability and it's a Chevy!
Cons: NONE!

Admittedly, anything I say about a Chevrolet automobile is absolutely biased, my dad works for Chevy, but still, I have driven Camaros ever since I was 17! Time, and time again, I have told friends, "Why get a Mustang, it'll just break down on ... read more

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Bang for the Buck

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Jan 25, 2000 (A Very Helpful review)

Author's Product Rating: 50 Recommended: Yes 

Pros: Mustang 5.0L performance
Cons: High insurance on both

One of the best rivalries in the sports car market is the one between the Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Camaro. I have owned both of these pony cars and have an opinion on each. Like anything, these two cars have their advantages and disadvantages. I ... read more

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Fun Until it Breaks Down

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Dec 21, 1999 - Updated Jan 13, 2000 (A Very Helpful review)

Author's Product Rating: 30 Recommended: No 

Pros: Quick acceleration, Good handling, Good looks, Relatively low price
Cons: Breakdowns, Overheating, Bad gas mileage, Poor visability

Fast, powerful, and fun to drive. However, the expense, aggravation of breakdowns, and price of gas counterbalance these good points. The Chevy Camero is a classic, low cost "muscle" car. It delivers power and performance in ... read more

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1992 Camaro Z28
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Mar 7, 2011 (Show)
Author's Product Rating: 40 Recommended: Yes 
Pros: Power, sound, exterior
Cons: Interior, suspension, transmission
Amazing acceleration, limitless power, and head turning looks.  I bought the 1992 Camaro z28 with a 5 speed manual and then put in the 5.7 liter lt1 engine.  Also added American racing rims, flowmaster exaust, k and n intake, and rear disk ... read more
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'92 Camaro Z28
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Jul 30, 2007 (Show)
Author's Product Rating: 40 Recommended: Yes 
Pros: Great acceleration, handling, & overall drivability. Awesome look.
Cons: Some like '93-newer body. Not an all out muscle car, but great for price.
My 25th Anniversary 350/5.7L V8 Z28 is my first car, so it definitely works for me. This is a great car for any single person or couple, but I would not recommend it for even a small family due to its limited interior space. I haven't noticed any ... read more
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Fun Car !!
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Jan 6, 2006 (Show)
Author's Product Rating: 50 Recommended: Yes 
Pros: All around great ,fun car
Cons: none
I own a '92 25TH Aniv.Edition ,RS convertible ,white with the red Heritage stripes.I just plain love this car w/the 5.0 motor ,it just hums along & gets good gas mileage .With a new computer chip installed ,you floor it at 35-40 mph & its gone .It sits ... read more
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1992 Camaro RS 25th anniversary edition
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Jan 28, 2004 (Show)
Author's Product Rating: 40 Recommended: Yes 
Pros: Fast, cruises on interstate with no problems
Cons: Limited leg room in rear seat.
The only problem I have had with the body or exterior is some peeling of the clear coat. However on a 12 year old car it is to be expected at some point. It looks great. It is sleek and sporty. In my opinion a better body style than the 93 and newer ... read more
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