21st century. It retained T-top and convertible options, along with the Z28 performance package. Chevrolet also resurrected the SS trim in 1996—a badge that hadn’t graced a Camaro in decades. The fourth generation got several V6 and V8 engine options, including GM’s LS1 in 1998. Unfortunately, changing auto trends shrunk demand and Camaro production ended in 2002. Thankfully for muscle car fans, it would return in 2010. Want to keep your fourth generation Camaro looking good and running strong? Check out these upgrade and performance parts.