Chevrolet Camaro 1999 posters

Chevrolet Camaro

The fourth-generation Chevrolet Camaro was produced by Chevrolet for the 1993 through 2002 model years. It was introduced on an updated F-body platform which would retain the same characteristics as the first-generation's introduction in 1967. The Camaro had two doors, 2+2 seating, was available as either a coupe or convertible, featured rear-wheel drive, and was powered by a choice of pushrod V6 or V8 powerplants. In 1998, the model year was refreshed and revised externally and with engine changes. The Camaro lasted through the 2002 model year when General Motors discontinued production due to slow sales, a deteriorated sports coupe market, and plant overcapacity. 1993 1993 marked the debut of the fourth generation Camaro, with production continuing until 2003. GM transferred production from their Van Nuys, California assembly plant to Sainte-Thérèse, Quebec in 1993. The design included sheet moulding compound - made from chopped fiberglass and polyester resin - for the roof, hatch, doors, and spoiler, and improved suspensions. The base Camaros were equipped with a 160 hp 3.4L pushrod V6, while the Z28 models featured the 350 LT1 V8 engine with 275 hp and 325 lb-ft torque, and an optional Borg-Warner six-speed manual transmission. In 1993, Chevrolet selected the Camaro Z28 as the official pace car for the Indianapolis 500. The "pace car edition" offered buyers a $995 option and consisted of an "Indy 500" identification on a black and white body color scheme with multicolored pinstriping and white painted roadwheels.

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