Camaro Z 28 1979 Brown



History of the 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28

Chevrolet Camaro production for 1979 rose slightly to 282,571 units, as the attractively named Camaro Berlinetta replaced the Type LT. The Berlinetta was basically a stylish trim package, but proved quite popular, with 67,236 sold. Camaro production was divided between 21,913 six-cylinder cars and 260,658 V-8 models. Prices ranged from $4,676 for a base six-cylinder Sport Coupe to $6,115 for the Z28, of which 84,877 were built. The models were simplified, with a Sport Coupe, Rally Sport Coupe, Berlinetta and Z28.

The 250 cid six-cylinder engine continued to generate 105hp, though it had gained an alloy intake, while the base V-8 was a 145hp 305 cid unit. A total of 138,197 buyers paid $235 for that engine, while another 122,461 shelled out $360 for the 170hp 350 V-8. Both V-8s lost 10hp in California tune.

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