If you ask any enthusiast, one, three, and six are typically regarded as the best generations. But you’d be foolish not to take into account the second-gen 1970 Camaro SS. In 1970, the Camaro got a major overhaul in both power and looks. Its design was penned by Pontiac engineers alongside the new Firebird – which didn’t sit well with some enthusiasts. But while the look was questionable for some, the new Camaro SS pumped out a hefty 350 horsepower from a big block V8, a big upgrade from the 155-horsepower base six-cylinder.