The 1975 Camaro stuck with the low profile, wide stance, and sloping rear deck, but it did receive a new wraparound rear window to reduce a blind spot that had troubled many drivers.
The 1975 Camaro stuck with the low profile, wide stance, and sloping rear deck, but it did receive a new wraparound rear window to reduce a blind spot that had troubled many drivers. The RS returned sporting multi-color paint schemes and bold stripes. However, the Z/28 was gone for the year.
Catalytic converters were new for the year due to federal emission restrictions, as well as power door locks and cruise control became options.
The RS returned for 1975 and featured a blacked-out hood panel and a tri-color stripe.
The Type LT (Luxury Touring) changed wood for its wood trim package from Meridian Walnut to Birdseye Maple. The upgrade cost $375 extra.
|Engine||Size||Carb.||HP||Torque||0 to 60||Quarter mile|
|L22 I-6||250ci||1x1bbl||105||185 lb-ft||-||-|
|LM1||350ci||1x4bbl||155||250 lb-ft||8.5 sec||16.8 sec|
- 3-Speed Manual
- 4-Speed Manual
- Turbo Hydra-Matic
Paint & Colors
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