With 360 horsepower, the 1970.5 Camaro Z/28 was only incrementally more powerful than the 350-horsepower SS. But the key to all that power came in the form of arguably one of the most important engineering feats in all of Chevrolet history – the introduction of the LT1 V8. Handbuilt from the ground up, the LT1 V8 was first introduced in the Corvette in 1970, before making the switch to the Camaro in the same year. It was a huge step up from the previous 302-cubic-inch V8, and paired with a new rear stabilizer bar and upgraded disc brakes, the 1970.5 Camaro Z/28 was a no-nonsense performer.