Classic Car Overview
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!
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