In 1985, the Camaro IROC-Z gave General Motors an edge over Ford's Mustang.

For fans of automobiles, the competition for dominance between General Motors and Ford is nothing new.

It dates back as far as Coke and Pepsi's rivalry or, if we were to lean more toward mobile technology, Microsoft and Apple.

If the rivalry between General Motors and Ford was meant to be, then heaven certainly enjoys a good battle. 

Both businesses have distinctive qualities that come through in their goods.

The Mustang Cobra and Camaro Z28 were two early competitors between these two titans, but it's amazing to note that 60 years later, 

the Mustang and Camaro are still in direct competition on the market.

It's been a fascinating war up to this point, one that left room for much more captivating confrontations. 

Even while the Mustang consistently outsells the Camaro, the latter has had several pivotal moments. 

One such instance occurred in 1985, when General Motors beat Ford's Mustang thanks to the Camaro IROC-Z.

So, without further ado, let's take a look back at the Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z.

Introducing The IROC-Z The Camaro IROC-Z came to be at a time when the world was getting tired of F-body cars.