The Camaro Z/28 RS was the General Motors answer to the successful Ford Mustang. An economical car that could also be afforded by young people, equipped with a hefty V8 engine, it was what the market wanted. The aim was also for the Camaro to take part in SCCA races without needing much modification - motor racing for everyone. So at the outset 5 litre V8 engines were built with a capacity of 290 hp. Over the years this was hotted up until in 1969 it was normally 430 hp with a 7 litre V8, which could even delivery up to 500 hp. As the Camaro could reach 100 km/h in 6 seconds, it only took 14.6 seconds to reach the top speed of just over 200 km/h. With so much power they could take part in all races straight away.
- True-to-original reproduction of bodywork with fine surface details- Separate removable bonnet- Detailed multi-part engine- Separate exhaust assembly- Detailed interior with authentic dashboard and textured seats- True-to-original wheels- Detailed chassis- Many chrome parts including wheels, bumper bars, mirrors, radiator grille- Instructions with authentic decals