Chevy engineers redesigned the third generation (1982-92) Camaro from the ground up. It featured a clean Euro-inspired profile and several Camaro firsts, including fuel injection and a rear hatchback. You could still get a V8 in your F-body, and new six- and four-cylinder engine options joined the lineup. T-tops were still a popular option and a convertible returned in 1987. The third generation Camaro also brought a partnership with the International Race of Champions series, which gave the world the legendary IROC-Z performance package. Third generation Camaros are now over 30 years old, so make sure yours is in tip-top shape with these upgrade and performance parts.