For sale in our Nashville showroom is the blue beauty 1991 Chevrolet Camaro Z-28. Now this is not just any Camaro Z-28 this car is equipped with the 1LE package! To say it is equipped with the 1LE package seems strange as the 1LE is as close to a COPO as you could get that year. This car came "equipped" without a lot of the frills like air conditioning, power windows, power lock and cruise control. Who needs power windows when going fast is what you have in mind? This car did come "equipped" with a lot of performance goodies like a 5-speed manual transmission, heavy duty front brakes, aluminum driveshaft, special shocks for cornering, a dual fuel pick up for the fuel pump that was designed to keep the engine fed even while heavy cornering. During my research I found that only 478 of these cars were built that year making this a very rare car! These cars were not built to take to college or for your commute to work, these cars were built with one thing in mind, Destroy Mustangs. Many years ago, a Chevrolet executive was asked "just what is a Camaro?" his response? "A small, but vicious little animal that only eats Mustangs". This is the car he had in mind. This 1LE Camaro Z-28 for sale has been loved and cared for and use for this purpose. Adding to the GM factory performance goodies the current owner pushed it further by adding aftermarket heads and a beefier bump stick (cam) as well as a MSD ignition box and auxiliary fuel pump, he also replaced the factory ring and pinion (3.42) with a new 3.70 to give the car a better launch. With just over 61,000 miles this Camaro 1le for sale has a lot of life and corner carving fun to give. Options for this 1991 1LE Z-28 Camaro for sale includes: aftermarket AM/FM CD player, Performance tires and a tilt steering wheel. For more information call the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or email us at email@example.com
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