45,000 original miles ... Buick Grand National drivetrain ... Stock 3.8 liter V-6 with intercooler ... Shift kit ... 3:42 Torsen posi rear-end ... Flowmaster exhaust ...
In the mid-1980s, if you wanted American performance that rivaled, and even surpassed, that of a Corvette, you purchased a turbo-charged Buick Grand National, and if you desired sports car handling that wouldn’t break the bank, you opted for a Chevrolet Camaro. Much to the chagrin of car enthusiasts of the time, GM performance and handling were mutually exclusive—that is, until one enthusiast married the best of both worlds and created this stunning 1984 Camaro GNZ.
Having just 45,000 original miles, this 1984 Camaro GNZ is powered by a stock 3.8 liter turbo-charged V-6 with intercooler mated to a 200-4R automatic transmission from a 1986 Buick Grand National, also having just 45,000 original miles. Performance enhancements include the following:
• Janis shift kit
• 3:42 Torsen posi rear-end
• Flowmaster 3” exhaust
• Eibach Drag Pak suspension
• 2” lowered suspension with springs, air bags, & adjustable shocks
• Spohn adjustable rear suspension with ladder bar/crossmember assembly
• Welded in subframe connectors
• Upgraded front rotors
• Upgraded radiator with electric fan
• Newer Optima battery
Always well maintained, this car runs and drives as well as it looks.
Finished in White, its newer finish has a beautiful luster, with only minor imperfections that do not detract from the overall appearance of the car. Its exterior also benefits from Aero Pack spoilers from a 1991 Camaro, a rare OE SMC fiberglass hood, lower side rocker moldings, and newer bumper cover. Polished factory aluminum wheels add the finishing touch.
Its interior features the rare embedded “Chevron” design in Charcoal Gray. The dash board, seats, carpeting, door panels and headliner are in very good condition, with only minimal wear. You will also appreciate this car’s tilt steering column, Grant steering wheel, and AM/FM/CD stereo system with upgraded speakers. It also features a full factory gauge package, including tachometer, oil pressure, coolant temperature, and charge gauges. Ancillary turbo boost and fuel pressure gauges are also included.
This car has been owned by the most recent owner since 1990. It has always been properly stored indoors and never driven in winter. Summer use has been limited to pleasure drives and car shows, where it never fails to draw attention. All related documentation, including manuals, wiring diagrams, and sales brochures will be provided to the next owner of this car.
If a truly unique and exceptionally performing sports car is what you desire, this 1984 Camaro GNZ is for you.