This 1990 Chevrolet Camaro IROC Z/28 convertible represents the pinnacle of third-generation Camaro performance and development. With a fuel-injected V8, a low-key color combination, almost every available option, and a top that goes down this is what the Camaro has always been about. If you have a Camaro collection with a convertible IROC-shaped hole in it, this car deserves to be there. The paint is almost entirely original and there are some very, very minor signs of use on the high-traffic areas like the chin spoiler, but otherwise, this one is very fresh and beautifully maintained. White is easy to maintain, so it remains glossy and bright with minimal micro-scratches that cars get if they havent been carefully stored and dusted. The IROCs look is undeniably aggressive, but in white, its also sophisticated, especially with those two inserts on the hood, which are really the only flashy parts of the whole car. Details like the door handles, the emblems, the IROC-Z decals on the doors, and even the taillights are in fantastic condition. Everyone knows what this is, but when was the last time you saw one this clean? Gray cloth buckets are a lot more luxurious looking than youd expect in an F-body, but dont forget, this was the top-of-the-line model with an original sticker about where its priced today. There are few minor signs of use on the drivers seat, which is probably inevitable after 25 years, but it is entirely original and untouched, which is the important thing. Youll also be happy to note that this one is equipped with just about every option you could get in 1990: A/C, power windows, locks, mirrors, and seats, cruise control, and even a tilt steering column with an airbag steering wheel. This one also carries a 4-speed automatic transmission but youll never miss the clutch because this one has such quick wits, making it a fantastic point-and-shoot machine. An aftermarket AM/FM/CD stereo replaces the factory head unit, but otherwise there are no alterations to the interior of the car. Theres a nice-fitting black canvas convertible top that remains in very good original condition and it stows under a flush-fitting hard deck. The trunk is deep enough for a few pieces of luggage, too! The Tuned Port Injection 305 cubic inch V8 engine was standard equipment in the IROC, but this one has had a few upgrades during a recent rebuild, including a Crower hydraulic roller cam, upgraded valve train, bigger fuel injectors, underdrive pulleys, and a set of long-tube headers to bolster the torque curve. The familiar Tuned Port Injection intake manifold is easy to recognize and the engine bay is very clean with most of the modifications being invisible. Its at least as strong as the factory L98, and it retains all the good manners of the factory fuel injection system. The 700R4 4-speed automatic overdrive has an upgraded torque converter, which means the big V8 feels punchy around town but just loafs along at highway speeds, even with a set of 3.90 gears out back. A Magnaflow exhaust system gives it a very aggressive exhaust note that is just about right for a car like this. The undercarriage is also in fantastic condition (look at the photos!) and it sits on stock alloy wheels with fresh 245/50/16 Uniroyal radials. Third-generation F-bodies are heating up and when theyre this good, well, its easy to understand why. An incredible car at a very reasonable price. Call today!
Dont discount the appeal of a third-gen Camaro, because cars like this 1990 Chevrolet Camaro IROC Z/28 ragtop offer a ton of performance for not a lot of cash. And because theyve always been so affordable, the ones still on the road and unmodified are the proverbial cream puffs that have led easy lives. You want to relive the 90s, this is the ideal way to do it! This really was the top of the food chain back in the early 90s, a bright red Z/28 ragtop. Sure, the Corvettes might have been faster but a Vette was your dads car. No, this Camaro had it going on in 1990 and if you owned one, you were truly The Man. With just about 75,000 original miles, this one is pretty darned nice, including the sizzling Bright Red paint which is a recent repaint thats probably better than original. Updated ground effects kept the Zs identity intact but smoothed things out a bit, and that deep chin spoiler hasnt been abused by tall curbs or steep driveways and still looks almost new. Fit and finish in 90 were decent (after all, theyd been making these cars for nearly a decade at that point) and this car still attracts attention on the street. Black and silver stripes are used to great effect without being over-done, and the convertible also received a subtle ducktail rear spoiler thats ideal with the long rear deck offered by the convertible body style. The gray cloth interior is likewise in great shape and remains comfortable and user-friendly. As with the exterior, the interior shows only minor wear and signs of age on the upholstery and the seats still feel as firm as they did in the showroom. By 1990, airbags were standard equipment, so it was a lot easier to get comfortable in the convertible and the grippy fabric and leather-wrapped wheel are certainly appropriate for a car that can corner like this one. Camaros came loaded with features, but this one also includes options like A/C, power windows and locks, cruise control, a tilt steering column, and an AM/FM/cassette stereo. The gauges show big yellow markings that give the Camaro a unique look from behind the wheel. A recent black canvas convertible top fits superbly and while the trunk is not exactly spacious, its usefully shaped for overnight bags on a road trip. And remarkably, it includes a space-saver spare, something you only rarely see still in these cars. The 5.0-liter Tuned Port Injection V8 was standard equipment in the Z/28 and when paired with the 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission, makes for a car with a bit of a split personality. Drive it gently, and its happy to trundle through traffic without a complaint. But stomp on the loud pedal and it reacts with a stout torque curve that can light up the tires almost at will. The engine bay is quite stock, a rarity on one of the most modifiable cars ever created, and it has been properly maintained so no worries about a car that has been laid up for decades needing major service. The underside is pretty clean and its quite unlikely that this car has ever seen weather more severe than a spring shower. A new exhaust system features a fresh catalytic converter, so its legal in all 50 states and the suspension isnt as harsh as you remember; its a nice cruiser. Machine-finished 16-inch alloy wheels were part of the package (these were recently refinished) and they wear 245/50/16 BFGoodrich T/A radials all around. Go ahead and try to find a fresher 3rd generation Camaro convertible. This is a great find, already outfitted just the way you would have ordered yours back in 1990. Call today!
This is a great looking and excellent driving 1990 Camaro IROC-Z running on all original drive train. It has less than 140K miles and everything works just as it should, including all of the gauges.True IROC-Z CamaroOriginal Tuned Port Injection 350 V-8 engineOriginal automatic transmissionOriginal rear endLess than 140K milesPower steeringPower four wheel disc brakesFactory A/C blowing coldCruise controlPower windowsPower door locksRemote mirrorsPower driver’s seatUpgraded pulley system for more torqueDual electric fansDetailed engine compartmentOriginal gray cloth interior in great conditionSony AM/FM/CD stereo with Kenwood speakers1 year old Medium Blue Pearl base/clear finishShaved handles with remote popperNew radial tires on American Racing WheelsStock suspension3” exhaust with Flowmaster mufflerRust freeThis is a great car that’s fun to drive. It has a rebuilt Georgia title due to an insurance claim from a deer accident. The nose and hood was replaced. The title shows rebuilt due to the value the insurance company gave it at the time of the settlement. For more information please contact Steve at 770-401-7877 or at email@example.com
Its newly freshened exterior is looking sharp and this 1990 Chevrolet Camaro IROC Z/28 Convertible comes along at the perfect time to take advantage of our warm weather. It features an array of updated components to go along with a very capable original drivetrain and holds the promise of miles and miles of open air driving fun. Its got some definite collectability value, as well, as this Zs class marked the last time Chevy would offer the Camaro in IROC trim. This sleek, aerodynamic third generation Camaro looks unusually fresh for a car of its vintage - certainly no accident, as its white paint, the same shade it left the factory with, received a freshening up just a little while back, as did the decals proclaiming its upper-crust IROC status. As a result of that same attention, the contrasting accents on the hood, headlight buckets and front air dam now sport a wet-looking black as well for a thoroughly well-finished appearance. With theirs sharply inclined windshields and inclined profiles that gracefully rise from front to back, third generation Camaros were very able wind-cutters to begin with, and the lowered stance conferred by the IROC package takes that efficiency to an even higher level, adding a great almost aftermarket look. Should the weather interfere with your open-air enjoyment while out on the road, this Camaros newly-installed black cloth top sits ready to lift into place to protect you from the elements. After more than a quarter century of service, it remains well-aligned - trace the black trim running along its sides and youll see how well it lines up from front to back. Inside, youll find a great driving environment from which to navigate this drop top classic. Both the front buckets and rear bench seat feature an appealing mix of vinyl and cloth and still have an unmistakably fresh look. Take a closer look in back and youll notice that Chevy equipped Camaros of this era with more bolstered support for backseat passengers than many cars offered up front. The leather-wrapped chrome steering wheel looks great in this setting, and just beyond it, the dash pad remains in good shape in spite of its UV-sensitive dark color - youll find no warpage nor cracks on its surface. A Pioneer AM/FM/CD player stands ready to provide your driving soundtrack. This classic Camaro comes equipped with factory air-conditioning, a nice feature not always found on domestic convertibles of its era and, with some attention focused on the compressor, it will be back blowing strong and cold to keep you and your passengers comfortable. Both the original fuel-injected 5.0 liter V8 and 4-speed automatic 700r4 are still on board and thriving, equipping this drop top with an impressive level of road-readiness that includes nice, low overdrive RPMs at highway speeds. A number of components have been recently replaced to up its dependability even further, including its radiator, most of the ignition system, the fuel filter and the rear coils and shocks. Power steering makes navigation easy, and 4-wheel power brakes, with fade resistant discs up front, provide dependable stopping power as this classic Z cruises the boulevard, turning heads on its set of 16 IROC Z rims outfitted with BF Goodrich Traction T/A tires. A look below will reveal a solid looking undercarriage that shows no evidence of having been run aground and sports unusually clean floor pans. With its combination of awesome vintage looks, reassuringly solid drivetrain and last of its kind historical significance, this 1990 Chevrolet Camaro IROC Z/28 Convertible offers a lot of car at a great price. Call today!
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The Third-Generation Camaro was released for sale in December, 1981, beginning production on October 12, 1981. The Camaros design owed nothing to previous generations. The large and complex rear window reflected recent advances in car glass design. The front windshield reclined at 62 degrees, thus breaking an internal GM rule limiting such angles to sixty degrees. The rear seat folded down to expand the luggage compartment, which was accessed through a large rear hatch. The 1982 model introduced the first Camaros with a hatchback body style, and such options as factory fuel injection, and a four-cylinder engine. The Camaro Z28 was Motor Trend magazines Car of the Year for 1982. Three models were available: Sport Coupe, Berlinetta, and Z28. 173,000 Camaros were sold in the United States in 1982. 12 percent of buyers took the four-cylinder, 37 percent the V6, while 51 percent opted for the V8. For 1985, Chevrolet introduced the IROC-Z version that was named after the International Race of Champions. Offered as an option package on the Z28, the Camaro IROC-Z featured an upgraded suspension, lowered ride height, specially valved Delco-Bilstein shocks, larger diameter sway bars, a steering/frame brace known as the wonder bar, a special decal package, and an optional Tuned Port Injection system taken from the Chevrolet Corvette. It also shared the Corvettes Goodyear Gatorback unidirectional tires in a 245/50/VR16 size vs. the Corvettes 255/50/VR16 size, and received unique new aluminum 5-spoke 16-by-8-inch wheels. The new wheels were designed with different offsets front and rear, resulting in the words Front or Rear cast into the wheels to distinguish which wheel went where. Also new for 1985 was the G92 Performance Axle Ratio option which upgraded the rear axle gear ratio from 3.23 to 3.42. Many different engine combinations were available through 1988, but the 1989 model year offered a unique combination known as the 1LE - IROC-Zs with the TPI 350 had the 2.77 rear axle ratio as in the previous year, but the optional RPO G92 Performance Axle package modified the ratio to 3.27. The G92 also included the dual-converter exhaust and a 240 Horsepower Rating along with Disc brakes, engine oil cooler, P245/50ZR16 Goodyear Eagle unidirectional tires, a 145 MPH speedometer, and a tachometer with a 5,500 rpm redline. A total of 1,426 IROC-Z coupes were equipped with the Performance Axle package in 1989. To take an IROC-Z coupe to the maximum performance extreme in 1989, when G92 Performance Axle was ordered with no air conditioning (C41), RPO code 1LE was automatically triggered. This included extra equipment intended to make the IROC-Z more competitive in SCCA Showroom Stock road racing events: larger 11.65-inch rotors with 2-piston aluminum calipers from PBR, an aluminum driveshaft; a special baffled fuel tank; specific shock absorbers; and stiffer suspension bushings. The fog lamps were also deleted. The 1LE was simply an option combination, not a separate package or model that dealers were aware of the existence of, resulting in 111 cars built with 1LE equipment in 1989. For the 1990 model year, an airbag was standard. The new airbag came alone with a new half-moon gauge cluster, that was offered only in 1990-1992 Camaros. The sharp edges on the dash surfaces were rounded. Lettering on gauges was yellow instead of white. 1990 was thus a distinguishable model year as it was the only 3rd gen Camaro that didnt feature the aero GFX but did have the newer interior/dash features. The RPO code 1LE was again available in 1990, triggered as in the previous year by RPO G92 Performance Axle combined with no air conditioning on the IROC-Z coupe. Only 62 Camaros were built with 1LE equipment in 1990 With only 62 units produced in 1990, this IROC-Z is extremely rare and only has 39K original miles. Third Generation Camaros have yet to truly appreciate, but this low production variant will surely be sought after. Great lease rates and Financing also available on any of our inventory! Buy Sell Trade Consignments Welcome! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-818-773-8181
Engine great V8 5.7. Flowmaster exhaust, Clean rims and tires. Kenwood system with 10” kickers in truck- 6x9 in backseat x2. Needs interior and minor cosmetic. Great project. Would be asking much more but work too much to work on. 141k on body 40k on rebuildHit me up. Very motivated to sell. Need vehicle for teen daughter. Thanks for looking