This 1987 Chevrolet Camaro IROC Z/28 Convertible really brings it
all together. You have arguably the best muscle car of the era,
especially since it has the best fuel-injected V8 of the time. This
is done in a color-coordinated drop-top that's loaded with
features, and it even comes with terrific paperwork. So if you want
one car that's vivid, classic, fun, and distinguished, read on for
all the details.
Bright Red is always a great factory color to have on a Camaro, and
so it only gets better when you have a good shine on a
sunshine-friendly convertible. But more than just the right color,
this Camaro has a timeless sense of cool. The black hood inserts
add a nice touch that complements the black headlight housings. In
fact, the black is used as the perfect accent color is places like
the tail panel and lower accent strip that surrounds the entire
vehicle. That's why this one also looks great with the black
convertible top in place - it's almost like a two-tone!
Beneath the black roof is a black leather interior. So you get some
of the same deep color to coordinate with all the exterior black
accenting, and at the same time, get to enjoy supple upholstery.
The door panels, dash, and center console all look and feel great,
too. The carpeting is a little faded, but it's clean and complete,
so it certainly doesn't stop you from enjoying what this Camaro has
to offer. In fact, this is a loaded IROC-Z that includes power
windows, power locks, tilt steering column, and an upgraded
AM/FM/CD stereo. Best of all, cold-blowing air conditioning means
you can enjoy the top-down fun even in the summertime.
The odometer is believed to reflect this car's actual mileage, and
that means this has averaged under 1,400 miles annually. This life
of less use is especially seen in the engine bay where the believed
original powerhouse is clean and complete, right down to the
decals. Plus, you're looking at the optional 350 cubic-inch L98
fuel-injected V8 that was shared with the Corvette program. Camaro
fans know 1987 is a pivotal year because it's the first time the
motor became available, and not every IROC-Z got this upgrade. So
there's added distinction in this motor's originality. More than
just collectability, these are known for their drivability. This
car has all the right upgrades like a factory sport-tuned
suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, and the grip of modern BF
Goodrich gForce T/A tires. You even have the 700R4 four-speed
automatic transmission. It was the only gearbox stout enough to
take on the L98, and it also offers overdrive comfort.
This is a significant car, and so it comes with the factory
buildsheet, ASC info sheet, owner's manual packet, and maintenance
records. The Camaro IROC Z/28 is a true legend and it only gets
better with top-down fun. Call today!!!