25th Anniversary Heritage Ed: 1992 Chevrolet Camaro RS

The third generation Camaro was produced from the 1982 through 1992 model years and was known as the first Camaro to be offered with fuel injection, 4-speed autos, 5-speed manuals, and hatchback body style. The steeply raked windshield was leaned back at 62 degrees — which violated a previous GM rule that limited windshields to 60 degrees and this was the last car that General Motors built at the long running Van Nuys Assembly plant in California. It is with no degree of irony that the site of the Camaro production is now a strip mall known as “The Plant” with a Starbucks and a Home Depot…signs of the times, I guess. Find 1992 Chevrolet Camaro RS offered for $7200 in Stamford, CT via craigslist. Tip from Cory.

From the seller:

1992 chevrolet camaro
VIN: 1G1FP23E5NL147504
condition: good
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 148731
paint color: green
title status: clean
transmission: manual
1992 Chevrolet Camaro RS – 25th Anniversary Heritage Edition. 1 of 500 ever made with the green and gold paint scheme, in the last half of 1992 the lasts months this generation of Camaro was made. I am the third owner, clean car – runs and drives perfectly.
5.0 Liter V8 engine paired to a Tremek T-56 6-speed manual transmission, topped with a Hurst short throw sifter, all retrofitted from a 1997 Z-28. The 1992 model never came from the factory with a 6-speed manual, making this Camaro nearly one of a kind! Transmission was rebuilt by A-1 transmission of Norwalk and put in at 133k miles, giving it about 15k miles since installed. 6th gear gets very high mpg highway!


K&N Intake included, as well as a Borla adjustable Cat-back exhaust. Exhaust is adjustable on passenger side to allow for closed, 1″, 2″, and 3″ open exhaust, bypassing the muffler. Currently set at 3″ open, loud and proud. T-Tops are in good shape, no leakage, weather-stripping in good shape. This car has been garaged as previous owner did. Body is in great condition for its age. Some signs of wear and tear however. Small dent on passenger rear fender, some scratched and cracking paint in the front clip. Interior is in good condition. Dash has finally conceded to cracking, as all years of this Camaro do. Could certainly use a new headliner.
Mechanically the only thing I know is wrong is the heat and a/c blower does not work. Replaced the fuse and the switch, probably the blower motor. Brand new Pioneer radio and front speakers.

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