4. 1990 Camaro B4C
Even though California Highway Patrol used the Camaro even before the appearance of the Mustang S.S.P. model, Chevrolet didn’t release the full “cop spec” model until 1991. Called B4C (factory code), it was a special Camaro designed for law enforcement work and high-speed pursuits.
The B4C was basically a Z/28 Camaro with a 350 V8 engine and 5-speed manual transmission. However, a lot of exterior details were gone, and the car looked as stock as possible. The suspension and brakes were beefed up, and several heavy-duty parts were added as part of the package. The Chevrolet offered Camaro B4C until 2002 and less than 3000 were made (via Code 3 Garage).