Better off to buy a model one and put it on a shelf.
Passion-wise, you want to say yes. Practicality-wise I have to say probably not. This is providing the doors go closed.
When/if everyone buys one, and the industry flips over and dies, then you'll have a Camaro. This is the good part. If the window motor fries, or you need to replace a headlamp after a rock (God forbid) breaks it, or the transmission toasts, then warranty or not, you're stuck with having to find parts for it. Imagine a new car and you're out there looking for NOS parts for it just like it was a an old classic...and used parts probably won't be out there either.
Dicey proposition, unless you just keep it in the garage. Which brings me back to the point of getting the smaller version that sits on your desk. A lot cheaper.
I say that because I haven't bought one yet. We have two perfectly fine 4th Gens right now that makes me happy, so I guess if I didn't have any, I'd probably change my tune.
2010 2SS/RS Auto, Sunroof, Engine Cover. Transformer Edition package.
2013 ZL1 ragtop #5478. 1 of 54 CRT M6 'verts.