1985 Chevrolet Camaro RS 2.8 from North America
Gets alot of looks, great car!!
Oxygen sensor after 200,000.
Disk + brake pads.
Oil change every 3000.
This is a very good car. Reliable and fast plus it has a lot of power for a V6
It is also very good on gas, unless you kill the speed on the highway in that case you go on empty in no time.
Aggressive look and nice engine sound, specially if you add a 3 inch tail pipe.
Handles very well for a muscle car.
This car is amazing for it's engine size. Obviously if it were the 5.7 V8 it would be a monster. But never the less it packs a good punch and it will last for a very long time.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 20th September, 2005
It's funny really, you say just because his camaro is a v6 its not a muscle car, that's cool, so what happens if he drops in say a 383 stroker with 450+ hp then what does that make it? I suggest you think before you post arrogant, ignorant comments.
The motor is one of the most important parts that make up a muscle car. A 2.8 or 3.1 or whatever it is, doesn't make it a muscle car.
V6 or V8 is not the point, the point is that it's a camaro, and that is a car of it's own. All Camaro owner are in it together no matter what your cylinder size. And by the way a camaro IROC stock can be beat by a Honda Civic off the blocks since its heavy as an elephant. The V8 engine is only good for once you reach top speeds. Next time actually try something before you make a comment.
All right, using that logic, what would you call the 303 hp V6 2011 Camaro? 1996 Camaro 3.8L V6 at 200hp can get into the high 6's for the 0-60 and run high 14's, better than the 70's Camaro V8, touted as the best Camaro, and a true representation of American muscle.
Not a muscle car.