Car: Chevrolet Camaro Z28
What makes it special: The 1973 Chevrolet Camaro was given a standard impact-absorbing front bumper system to meet new no-damage standards in 5 miles per hour NHTSA safety standards. The Z28 option could be ordered on both the sport coupe and LT models. When the Z28, Type LT, and Rally Sport options were combined, the usual Z28 badges, stripes, and graphics were deleted. Other changes included a new console-mounted shifter for automatic transmissions replacing the Buick-like horseshoe shifter of previous Camaros, and the reintroduction of power windows to the option list for the first time since 1969, with the switches mounted in the console.