Now is the time to buy a great future collector car! The 4th
generation 1994 Camaro Z28 was built with some of the similar
features as those Camaros built in 1967. This car is the 2-door
coupe and is the original red paint. Paint is in excellent
condition. The front has the retro look with a different twist of
style. The black surrounding the grille and headlights gives a nice
contrast as well the black top and black band around the
taillights. Wheels are the factory 5-spoke Alloy wheels and are in
excellent new condition. The bucket seat console interior is in
excellent condition. Red and black front seat covers have kept the
2 tone gray broadcloth seats in new condition. Headliner, dash,
door panels and rear seat are all in excellent condition. Engine is
the LT1 350 CID V8 and is paired with a manual 6 speed
transmission. Ride is smooth yet powerful! Car has plenty of
options for a comfortable ride: power disc brakes, power steering,
AC, stereo, cruise control, seatbelts, and airbags. This Z28 has
been garage kept its entire life. Owner is the second owner who
purchased it from the first owner who had just moved to NC from
Ohio many years ago. Miles are 71,516 carefully driven miles. Owner
meticulously maintains his cars so this one is very sound
mechanically! Viewing is by appointment only. Car resides in NC
around the Hickory area.
1994 Chevrolet Camaro Z28
Location:Cornelius, North Carolina
Interior Color:Two Tone Gray Broadcloth
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