We were alerted to this astounding fact by friend-of-R&T Bozi Tatarevic, who noticed a handful of Z/28s listed for under $40,000 on a dealer auction site. One Z/28 with nearly 13,000 miles is listed for $35,000 and another with just 952 miles has a $36,000 asking price. But don't fret if you don't have access to dealer auctions—a quick search on Cars.com reveals a number of Z/28s listed for well under $45,000. There's even one for sale in Pennsylvania with 762 miles on its odometer for $50,000. So why is the Z/28 so cheap? Perhaps it's because these cars don't make great daily drivers. All the things that make the Z/28 so excellent on track—sticky tires, aggressive suspension setup, a stripped-out interior, and that low splitter—cause lots of problems on the road. And at the end of the day, this is a Camaro that costs Corvette money. We don't see that as a problem, but you can imagine that potential buyers would. This is a car you have to be in-the-know to truly appreciate. In related news, Top Gear's Chris Harris just imported one to the UK. We're just curious to see if the Z/28 depreciates any further. It's a bargain where it stands right now, but if they get any cheaper, I might have to buy one myself.