1992 Chevrolet Camaro RS 305 TBI from North America


Excellent Camaro


I had to replace the fuel pump when I bought the car.

General Comments:

I bought this 1992 Camaro RS in 2007 from the original owner. It had 133,411 miles at the time of purchase, and I had to replace the fuel pump to get it to run properly.

Ever since I have been very pleased with my car. I drive it daily to and from work, which is 120 mile round trip per day.

The gas mileage is the surprise. It has a V8 305 TBI and I average 23 miles to the gallon city and highway combined, and have gotten 26 miles per gallon on highway use only. It is in excellent condition and I will pass it on to one of my grand children.

When I hear negative things about this car, I find it hard to accept. Except for the fuel pump (when I bought it), this car has never left me on side of the road. I have had a car do that to me and it is not a good feeling.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 17th March, 2008

1992 Chevrolet Camaro RS 305 TBI from North America


Amazing car


Nothing has gone with this beautiful car.

I need to get the car clear coated and it is going to look like the day it drove out of the showroom.

General Comments:

I got the car just recently for 3,000. The brand new engine has 4,000 miles on it.

I love the car to death and I'm glad I went with the Camaro instead of Mustang. The 305 will crap on a newer stock Mustang.

Everything about this car is great and it's the smoothest shifting vehicle I have drove.

I fell in love with this car the moment I saw it, and then I became obsessed with it the moment I drove it.

Thank god I got this car from a great GM mechanic who knew the service manual front to back. The car is all stock and sounds great.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know

Review Date: 9th March, 2008

2nd Aug 2008, 00:02

305 = 4cyl Mustang; you are dreaming. The 305 is not Chevy's best engine, though it is better than a 307.. I'd put in a small journal 327 from an early 60's Chevy. A Mustang won't be able to touch you then.

1992 Chevrolet Camaro RS 305 V8 from North America




I own a 92 RS white with red strips, weld wheels and low pro tires. It's powered by a 305 that I just pulled out today.

I will be doing a total new motor. Everything is going to be new, right down to the crank.

The problem was that I just bought this car at the Grand Rod Run in Sevier county, TN. I paid $3,000 for it, but it smoked. One of my rings is hanging up and dumping oil on top of the piston. Oh well, when I took the valve cover off, it was sludge. This is what happens when you put penzoil in it.

The motor only had 58,000 on it and the car looks great. I was going to put my 350 4 bolt main in it, but I want the numbers to match just in case I want to sell it years down the road. I guess the 350 will just lay in the corner of my garage until I find a home for it.

If anyone wants to buy a Camaro from any year, you want stock or strip, then you have to come to the big Grand Rod Run; it happens about 2 times a year, the next one is July. Thousands of muscle cars from all years.

General Comments:

Handles great, and also is a real head turner; it must be the loud rumble it has.

This car is great for running through the Smoky Mountains, which are just a mile from my house.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 29th April, 2007

30th Apr 2007, 14:25

Put the 350 in and build that motor, you won't be sorry.