Ok then, this sounds plausible :)
Looks maybe driveable but you gotta ask the seller questions if it’s stock or modified (and what’s modified; a build sheet of mods helps). Otherwise, if stock, it takes 87 octane fuel and probably 10w30 engine oil (with zddp - this is important as modern oil doesn’t have that) and yes, you have good options for that oil too but it’s online orders only because new cars don’t use that stuff (your oil changes should cost $40-ish for oil and $6-ish for a quality oil filter).
More on what brands of oil you should use later if you get it.
Go see it and look for rust (if it’s ridiculously rusty with massive holes and a rotten frame then walk away), if it starts, runs, stops, does or doesn’t leak any fluids, do you smell anything weird like fuel(?), etc. Does the engine sound ok? Transmission shift fine? Tires good to drive on?
Check the fluid levels and condition of them. This includes coolant, power steering (if it has that), brake, clutch or auto transmission, engine oil, etc.
You can google where to look for rust.
I have more to tell you but you gotta go see it for yourself. Those are actually simple cars and parts are plentiful and easy to get but again, that depends if it’s stock or modified and to what degree.
You can read up on the CCG thread (classic car general) to get more of an idea of what to expect with a classic car.
Oh, and watch YouTube videos like:https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=4nZqumQtD9o
Search the internet for the service/repair manuals in PDF format too cuz you sound like you’re on a budget. But that’s not an expensive car to maintain like a newish Audi or something.
It’s actually pretty cool that you want a Classic Camaro.
Go. See. And. Drive. It. (If it’s driveable, I mean)
Post results in CCG or make a new thread because this venture is only for a hero-in-training and would make me proud to see it.>thank you reading my blog!