While this describes what's "correct" - be skeptical when trying to identify a car by the emblems.
Emblems are easily added - so just because a car has "Z28" or "SS" emblems on it, doesn't make it the real thing. The Header Emblem was chrome. The only year this emblem was used.
In to a Red Header Emblem was used. Base Models recieved "Camaro" script fender emblem. Base models and cars not equipped with a rear spoiler recieved trunk lid emblems. The trunk lid emblem in was specific to this year.
In it was revised and used until V8 cars got CID identification on fender except Z The only emblem bolted onto a spoiler was "Z28".
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If the car was a non-Z28 equipped with a spoiler the rear emblem would usually be deleted. Base model with RS option.
If the car had the RS option, No emblem was on the grill. There was not a SS emblem on the rear of the car either. Big Block SS Camaro had rear panel painted black. Grill emblem used, even if combined with RS option. They are located on the right side of the front valence, rear sail panel and rear light panel.
You could get one or the other.
The "racing" or "runway" stripes are Z28 options only. Some people get confused and call these the "SS" stripes, but the SS didn't come with hood and deck striping, only the Z28 did.
The striping was specific for the standard nose car, and the Rally Sport nose car. The rear striping was dependant upon if the car had a spoiler or not.
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The fender emblems were identical to the previous years "Camaro" script. This emblem was used until Roughly half of the Z28s opted for the wild or loud D88 graphics. When this happened, there was no additional "Z28" emblems on the car. The fender emblem was redesigned in and used until This emblem was steel and secured to the fender with barrel nuts.
The header emblem was keyed to the color of the car.
The bumper was painted the same color as the body. A unique, plastic grill emblem was included in the package. Any emblems are now contained on the grill.
The grill and trunk emblem design is the same from front to rear, but the emblems are physically different so they'll fit either the grill or the fuel door. The fender emblem was again redesigned. It's now chrome plated plastic and bonded to the fender with glue. The Z28 was structurally overhauled, but the graphic package remained similar to the Z The new fuel door required a specific for rear emblem which matched the grill emblem.
View: The Z28 recieved a new 2 hue decal graphics package.
This package is unique to
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