Chevrolet Camaro 1967-2002 - 2020 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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1967-2002 Chev Camaro market review 2020

Camaros came as a surprise to the Australian market but that wasn’t a bad thing. Mid-1960s Mustangs had by 1967 become almost common on local roads and GM’s pony car rival brought mystique that has survived for half a century.

Small-block, pre-1971 coupes will top $60,000 while 6.6-litre SS396 cars or the scarce Z28 5.0-litre cost $100K or more.

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Camaros from the 1970s are scarce at present but prices remain $20,000 cheaper. Move into the 1980s and the design hardly changed but some prices drop to less than $20,000.

Importers tried during the 1990s to generate interest in the reshaped 1993 Camaro but potential buyers here displayed the same indifference as those in the USA.

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Camaro/SS Coupe 1967-70 $72,200 [23]

SS396/Z28 1967-70 $119,750 [2]

Conv. 1967-70 $55,425 [4]

Coupe 1971-73 $47,785 [8]

Coupe 1974-81 $45,375 [11]

V8 Coupe 1982-92 $18,565 [7]

V8 Conv. 1987-92 $25,500 [2]

V8 Coupe/Conv. 1993-96 $20,100 [5]

V8 Coupe/Conv. 1997-02 $32,400 [5]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2020 Muscle Car & US Car Value Guide.

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From Unique Cars #447, December 2020

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