Now, the Camaro Z/28 has become very affordable. We found a red 2014 model for just $49,995 at Naples Auto Collection
in Fort Meyers, Florida. And don't think it's cheap because of high miles: this car has only 336 miles on the odometer. That makes it practically a new car priced $25,000 less than MSRP. This is a whole lot of car for the money. The Camaro Z/28 didn't have as much power as the ZL1, but it did have the larger, 7.0-liter engine. The LS7 V8 was also used in the C6 Corvette
Z06, and produced 505 hp and 481 lb-ft of torque in the Z/28. 505 hp is nothing to scoff at, but the Z/28 really made its name through impressive handling.