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The Chevrolet Camaro celebrated its 25th anniversary in 1992, with sales totaling 3.7 million over the years. This would also be the last year for the angular 1982 F-body and the occasion was reflected in a special dash plaque. The Z03 exterior Heritage Package offered a body-colored grille and stripes on the hood and rear deck. While Z03 was available on all models, it was limited to Black, White, Red or Purple for the Z28, while RS buyers could also get Polo Green II. Overall, 8197 buyers spent $175 on the package.
In all, 70,007 Chevy Camaros were sold in 1992, with 23,825 powered by the V-6 and 46,182 by a V-8. The RS Coupe sold for $12,075 with the V-6 base engine and 60,994 found buyers. The V-8-powered RS Convertible attracted 2,562 buyers, starting at $18,055. Only 5,197 buyers stepped up for the Z28 Coupe at $16,055, while the Z28 Convertible was the rarest model with 1,254 purchasers at $21,500.
The base engine for the Z28 was the 205hp 305 cid V-8. A total of 39,142 RS buyers spent an extra $369 upgrading to a 170hp V-8 engine, while 3,038 Z28 buyers picked the bigger 245hp 350 cid V-8. A 5-speed manual gearbox was the base transmission, but 55,783 customers spent an extra $530 for a 4-speed overdrive automatic transmission.
The excellent B4C Special Service (or police) Package returned for the 1992 Camaro. It offered RS buyers the bigger Z28 V-8 along with dual exhausts, but was only available with automatic transmission. If the Z28’s RPO B2L package was ordered as well it cost $4,309, but the heavy duty go fast elements could be bought separately for $3,479. Only 589 buyers selected one of the two options, but were rewarded with air conditioning, four-wheel disc brakes, oil cooler, heavy duty suspension, Positraction, 145 mph speedometer and 105-amp alternator.
Chevrolet built 705 Camaro 1LE special performance Z28 Coupes for the fourth year, again starting with the RPO G92 performance axle. If air conditioning was ordered the car received four-wheel disc brakes, an oil cooler and dual exhaust. If air conditioning was not included, heavy duty Corvette performance parts were added. Once again, the package cost $466 with air-conditioning, $675 without. Buyers who wanted a 5-speed gearbox received the 230hp LB9 V-8, since the 245hp L98 V-8 was only available with an automatic transmission.
Popular options remained the same. A total of 68,929 buyers ordered air conditioning, 49,648 bought cruise control, 68,7819 ordered side moldings, 67,166 chose carpeted floor mats, 50,235 bought power door locks, 49,263 picked a power hatch release, 48,272 opted for power windows, 44,332 opted for the mirror with dual reading lamps and 59,320 selected a self-seeking stereo cassette AM/FM radio with clock.
Four new colors were added for the 1992 Chevy Camaro, but none was a big hit. Most popular was Dark Teal (14,779) followed by Arctic White (11,883), Bright Red (11,059), Purple Haze (8,588), Black (7,524), Polo Green II (5,635), Medium Quasar Blue (5,191), Dark Red (2,776) and Dark Green-Gray (2,659). An additional 183 Camaros were painted in non-standard colors.