This rust free Med. Flame Red 1988 IROC Z/28 Camaro was built at the Van Nuys plant in Southern California. The acronym "IROC" stands for "International Race of Champions." The IROC Camaro was first introduced in 1985 and production ended on December 31, 1989 when GM's contract with the IROC racing series expired. GM continued selling IROCs produced in the latter part of 1989 into the early part of 1990. The 1988 has been considered the best produced. This IROC sports a balanced TPI Fuel Injected 350 roller ZZ4 Chevy short block with a 4340 steel forged crank, PM steel connecting rods, Hypereutectic pistons, 08-502-8 Comp Cam with a 0.495 Intake and 0.503 exhaust lift, enhanced computer, Edelbrock aluminum Hi-Flo lower intake, Edelbrock ported Hi-Flo runners, Edelbrock 2.02 aluminum heads, Hedman Headers, Flo-Master, beefed up 700R-4 trans, 2,600 rpm stall converter, EATON 3.73 Posi limited slip rear end, sub-frame connectors, fiberglass cowl hood, power steering, power brakes, tilt wheel, cruise control, elec. door locks / windows and hatch release, driver side power seat, cold air, very rare factory rear window louvers and self retracting cargo cover, T-Tops, BF Goodrich G-Force tires mounted on American Racing Torque Thrusts, Mr. Gasket ratchet shifter and line lock. Also includes original hood, original 16X8 gold IROC wheels and Wolfe car cover. This car not only runs strong but is extremely reliable and surprisingly good on gas. Odometer reads 09862.2 after turning over. Approximately 30,000 miles on engine. I've owned this car since 1996.