Special Editions Of The 1967 Chevy Camaro Were Even More Extreme
The 1967 Camaro's available performance choices go far beyond the ones described above,
and Chevy made sure to provide a variety of special engines for some of its more upscale trim packages.
The first was the 1967 Camaro Z/28, which was created particularly to compete in the SCCA Trans-Am Series in America.
It was equipped with a 4.9-liter small block V8 engine that produced 290 horsepower and 290 pound-feet of torque at its
top output. If you're wondering why the Z/28 was designed to compete in the Trans-Am Series'
5.0-liter displacement class, the reason is because
this unique engine is less potent than other entry-level choices.