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 Chevrolet Camaro


(1993-2002)




The Chevrolet  Camaro was produced from 1993 to 2002
6 engines from 3.1 to 5.7 liter and power from 140hp to 320hp, are on Histomobile.


Chevrolet Camaro 

1993 began the fourth and last generation of Camaros, lasting through the 2002 model year. Production of the fourth and final generation was moved from GM's Van Nuys, California assembly plant to one in Ste. Therese, Quebec in 1993. Though the car would no longer be produced in the US, the new design which incorporated lightweight plastic body panels over a steel space frame, and a better suspension, further improved upon the Camaro line. From 1993 to 1997 the Camaro was available with the LT1 engine, the same Generation II small block V8 used in the Corvette, although in slightly de-tuned form. In 1996, the long-discontinued "SS" option was resurrected and in 1998, the all-new LS1 engine Generation III small block was offered on the SS and Z28 Camaros, marking the end of the Generation I small block V8 that had its roots in Chevrolet's 265 in³ (4.3 L) engine of 1955. Unfortunately, sales were below expectations, and production of the Camaro ceased in 2002.

1998 saw a new head light design for the Camaro. The new design removed the previous recessed-light design present in the 1982 to 1997 Camaros. The faux air intakes on the hood were also eliminated. In addition the LT1 engine was removed and instead an LS1 in its place.
2002 marked the last year of the Chevrolet Camaro and was also the 35th anniversary for the Camaro. This milestone was celebrated with a special anniversary car modified from the factory by SLP. The anniversary package was only available on the SS (Super Sport). Engine modifications were available in addition to the 325 hp (242 kW) engine which all Super Sports produce. Anniversary packages were provided with different color and styling features: At least one 35th anniversary SS Camaro was Navy Blue, with black leather interior and a "35th anniversary" marker in the dashboard. Other 35th anniversary SS Camaro's had silver racing stripes down the hood and trunk lid against Bright Rally Red paint, and the slogan “Leave a Lasting ImpreSSion” embroidered in the seats. The 35th anniversary SS Camaro was only available as a convertible or with T-Tops. 3,000 Camaros with the anniversary package were produced for the United States and 152 for Canada.


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