The Camaro was created by Chevrolet to compete with the Ford Mustang, and was introduced for the 1967 model year. The first generation of Camaro was offered as a rear wheel drive coupe or convertible. A wide range of engine options were fitted to the orginal Camaro, including inline six and V8 units. The first generation was available with a wide variety of factory and dealer options packages, but the three main offerings were the RS, SS, and Z/28 packages. The RS was an appearance package that featured hidden headlights as well as additional bright trim and 'RS' badging. The SS package was a performance package that was offered with a 350 cu.in. (5.7L) or 396 cu.in. (6.5L) V8 engine, improvements to the suspension and drivetrain, as well as 'SS' badging and striping. The Z/28 was an unadvertised package that offered almost race-ready Camaros with an underrated 290hp 302 cu.in. (4.9L) V8 engine. In addition to those packages, other notable first generation Camaro variants were the dealer-built Yenko Camaro, the special COPO Camaro, and the Camaro ZL-1, which was a limited production COPO (Central Office Production Order). Chevrolet built the first generation Camaro until 1969, and replaced it with the Second Generation Camaro.
Q: What is the top sale price of a Chevrolet Camaro - 1st Gen?
A: The top sale price was $1,094,500 for a 1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO ZL1 COPO on January 18 2020.
Q: What is the lowest sale price of a Chevrolet Camaro - 1st Gen?
A: The lowest recorded sale price was $12,500 for a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro on January 11 2017.
Q: What is the average sale price of a Chevrolet Camaro - 1st Gen?
A: The average price of a Chevrolet Camaro - 1st Gen is $59,407.