The emblems and logos seen on the Camaro over the years have changed a lot. Generation by generation, and even year by year in some cases, the Camaro emblems were made over. While this is hardly meant to be a comprehensive guide, it is a look at some of the changes in emblems over the years.
These “Camaro” emblems were found on the 1967 and 1968 Camaros.
This emblem was found on the 1967 Camaro deck lid.
This emblem was found on the grilles of 1967 Camaro SS models.
Found on the grilles of the 1967 and 1968 Rally Sport models was this “RS” emblem.
If you were lucky enough to have a Yenko in 1967, you’re familiar with this one.
This emblem was found on 1967 396 turbo jet equipped cars.
For 1968 through 1970, this Yenko emblem was used to identify the ultra rare Yenko Camaros.
1968 SS models rocked these emblems.
Rally Sport models had these emblems on their fenders.
1968 Z/28 models had this emblem on the edge of the front fenders.
These were found on the SS from 1969-1972.
Z/28 Camaros in 1969 rocked this emblem.
This “Camaro” emblem was used from 1970 through 1974.
Z/28s made from 1970 through 1974 used these emblems.
This was found on 1974-1976 Camaro Type LT models.
1975-1977 Camaros sported this emblem.
This was found on the fuel doors of 1975-1979 Camaros.
Type LT models had this emblem on the grille.
The 1979-1981 Camaro had this emblem.
Z/28s made in 1978 had this grille emblem.
1980-1981 Z/28s featured this emblem.
This is the correct emblem for 1982-1984 Z/28s.
1985-1986 Berlinetta models sported this emblem.
IROC-Z Camaros featured this emblem from 1988-1990.
In 1988, this emblem appeared on the rear bumper panel.
Emblems for 1991-1992 Z/28s looked like this.
This was found on the rear bumper panel insert on 1991-1992 Rally Sports.
LT1s from 1993-1997 sported these.
These are the OE style emblems for 1993-2002 Z/28s.
This style emblem was found on 1993-2002 Camaro SS models.
The Camaro re-emerged in 2010 with this “Camaro” emblem through 2015.
As you can see, there were a lot of minor changes over the years, but GM never deviated too far from the original. After all, why would they mess with a good thing?