What Camaros are collectible?

Only the rarest of the rare Camaros make it into collections since Chevy produces so many of them. Since 1968, millions of these vehicles have

been made, the most of them feature drab interiors and humdrum V6 engines that no one really wants to hang onto. However,

the vehicles with powerful engines, elaborate suspension systems, a history in racing, or a well-known owner are unquestionably worth more. Even then, they might not be worth as much as you believe.

According to insurance company Hagerty, if you're one of the fortunate few to own a first-generation 1969 Camaro with the

ZL1 427 powerplant, it might be worth more than $700,000. However, following that, prices immediately decline.