Quote:Looks like I had a typo there. I meant 1976. It was a neat little car... plenty of power, good gas mileage (for the era- got around 28), drove and handled nice with its power steering/manual brakes. The engine sounded kinda funny, as it has the early "odd-fire" configuration- basically it sounded like a V8 with two cylinders missing... 'cause that's exactly what it was. I drove it for about a year, and finally got rid of it when I could afford something better. But yeah... a camaro fits your criteria. But why buy a car specifically for the engine? The GM 3.8 is a very good engine... but so are lots of others.
Probably not what you have in mind... but I owned a 1975 Buick Skyhawk in high school. Had an odd-fire 3.8L with a 5-speed.