Time will tell. Nobody in their right minds would have ever thought a pristine ZL1 in '69 would be the shiznit of shiznit, but it is now. And I certainly never thought in a million years a 77 Trans Am (bandit looking car) would bring in stupid money today because of a movie tie, or I'd have got me one or two to tuck back and sell 30 years later.
Treat it as if it were the Camaro you wanted to buy regardless of which model/edition you have. If you bought it to drive...then drive it. If you bought it to look at...then you should have got the model car version. We drive ours, but they still get pampered. I don't buy for any collector value. Just personal satisfaction. In 25 years, who knows what the collector car landscape will look like?
The only reason we got the TE package was because it was tad unique, and basically the first 5th gen "edition" to roll out, plus the timing was there. I didn't want to be the same at 100,000 others. I'm not into Transformers themselves, but you can't take your life too seriously. We don't drive ours often, but it's mainly because of lack of opportunity, not desire. There's 2 other Camaros and a GMC to drive.
If it ends up with 80K miles on it in 20 years, it's ok. I'm going to end up to be that old bastage that lives down the road who has the cool "classic" car that won't ever sell it. Or, if the ZL1 convertible grabs my attention, then off it goes. No real attachment to it otherwise.
2010 2SS/RS Auto, Sunroof, Engine Cover. Transformer Edition package.
2013 ZL1 ragtop #5478. 1 of 54 CRT M6 'verts.