Similar to our previous 93 Notch LX, this 1992 Z/28 is the final model year for the angular third generation f-body platform. Since the Corvette had gone to the new LT1 motor, many left over L98 parts found their way on to the 1992 Camaros in the factory, this one being no exception judging by the rough cast TPI runners.
The 5.7L V8 under the hood carried a noteworthy 245hp rating, but thanks to the similarly beefy torque rating it was only available with the automatic transmission. It makes up for the lack of gear-rowing potential with a stiff RPO-code G92 3.23:1 rear axle ratio. With only 5,319 miles this car is practically brand new and went for $44,000 in auction.