1994 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe V6 from North America


A chick magnet


At about 115,000 my E.G.R. velve went out and I have no ideal what it might cost me to replace.

General Comments:

I am very pleased with this car.

For the initial cost of the car you defiantly get your moneys worth.

I feel that it could be a little faster if they would have engineered to to be a little lighter. But I am not complaining about that.

When I am in it, I feel like I may be in a race car.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 14th October, 2003

1994 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 T-top LT1 5.7L 350ci V8 from North America


Faster then a speeding ticket!


When I bought the car the driver's side window motor was not working, since then been replaced.

Window switch on passenger side was also in need of replacement, $7.00.

General Comments:

The classic F-body cars since been discontinued by Chevrolet...

Such a disappointment because the F-body (Camaro/Firebird) is GM's muscle car.

The vehicle will never get the MPG of a Geo Metro, but need I compare the two?

The most annoying thing is the CAGS skip shift which is easily disabled.

Handling is very responsive and easily gets around the tightest hairpin turns.

The Cabin is straight forward and well designed... speedometer, Tach, oil, temp, voltage, fuel, and idiot lights for the dash. "Airbag" only appears where there is one and for someone that doesn't know the shift pattern of a 6 speed it is clearly marked behind the shifter not on the handle to wear off.

I have not really gunned the throttle to feel all the horses of the famed LT1 but I have easily beaten a 2003 mustang cobra on the freeway, every import that has challenged me and almost caught a buddy's Camaro SS LT4.

This is a rare car to find in good shape, unmodified and at a good price I was unbelievably lucky and the guy who sold it to me wanted to keep it, but is going to active duty for the US ARMY... I solute him and wish him best of luck I shall take care of this car until death do us part (then I rebuild the engine).

Ten thumbs up for the car.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 18th August, 2003

10th Jun 2004, 11:40

Hey thanks for the review. give my regards to the soldier. the u.s.a. ows all of them.

A m e r i c a.

3rd Sep 2005, 23:04

A Z-28 is a very quick vehicle, but no way in the world did you easily beat an '03 Cobra on the freeway! A 2003 Mustang Cobra has 390 horses from a supercharged DOHC 4.6 liter. it also has 390 pound feet of torque. A Z like yours has, what, 285- 300 hp, stock. not even comparable. Cobras have been seen at my local track (Cordova Raceway), running 12.5's with good shifting and some ice on the intake between runs. a Z runs a mid 13's, and could not even come close to beating an '03 Cobra from any speed! An earlier model would be much closer, as they had 320 horses and lacked the Eaton equalizer.

22nd Feb 2006, 12:26

There is all ways the chance that the arm yman put a "chip" in the Z. that can give it plenty of HP to take a Mustang Cobra!

Its kinda hard to tell.

22nd Feb 2006, 15:47

The original reviewer indicated it was unmodified. It is heavy as well.

19th May 2006, 22:10

I would just like to say the 03 Cobra probably had an idiot behind the wheel who didn't downshift, and an unmodified Z runs 14.1 at its best stock.

As for the Cobra, it may have 390 horses, but by the time it gets through the crappy trans and the REALLY crap rear, the power planted to the ground is definitely not 390.. haha.

16th Apr 2007, 19:04

If all it took was a chip to make the stock Z beat a Mustang Cobra everyone would get one... It would take a whole lot more than that. Maybe a supercharger???