The response to the query, "What is the best third-generation Camaro? ", is a hot topic among aficionados.

Probably, the IROC-Z is. It's a decent response considering that the IROC-Z's 350 cubic-inch V8 can provide up to 245 horsepower to its rear wheels. 

However, during a very little period of the third-generation Camaro's existence, you could get an even hotter Camaro. 

Well, as long as you knew which boxes to tick to activate a hidden trim level, you could. 

General Motors believed that the Chevy Camaro 1LE, a vehicle that sacrificed creature comforts for 

racing components from 1988 to 1992, was so extreme that only racing teams should have been allowed to purchase it.