The Third-Generation Camaro made its debut in the fall of 1981 for the 1982 Model Year. General Motors designers worked at finding ways to reduce the mass of their entire product lineup, and the Camaro was no exception. The 1982 models hit the dealerships with 500 pounds less mass than their second-generation predecessor. Not only that, but nearly every component was re-designed.
Production for the 1983 model year reached nearly 155,000 units (63,806 Sports Coupe, 27,925 Berlinetta and 62,650 Z28).
This is an excellent example of the coveted 1983 Camaro Sport Coupe
Paul purchased it in 1996 and he is the 2nd owner.
Paul has kept it all original except, wheels ,tires, brakes and a muffler.
The black original paint still shines like the day it was purchased.
This car has been stored every winter and it shows! A new coat of wax is priority #1 every spring when it wakes up from it's long winters nap.
Paul has owned his car for over two decades. It is refreshing to see someone dedicate so much time to keeping his Camaro time capsule looking and driving like new, when so many of these 3'rd generation Camaro's were not so lucky.