Nothing gives the heart a jolt quite like a set of red and blue strobes lighting up your rearview mirror like an angry Christmas tree. Many enthusiasts have developed a sixth sense for spotting the ubiquitous Crown Victoria cruisers, but cops in Camaros caught almost everyone off guard.
The factory-offered Camaro police cars are known by their B4C order code, and got their start in 1991. They were a response to police agencies that found the Caprice and other full-size sedans didn't have the beans to keep up with the growing number of higher-powered production cars. To put it simply, there was a resurgence in performance, and a suitable pursuit car was needed.
With the fourth-generation of the Camaro came a powerful, 275-horse version of the small-block. When the LS1-powered Camaros were pressed into service, they were the fastest police cars on the highway
Published Dec 7th, 2015
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