Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1998
Camaro Z28 convertible. The iconic Camaro was introduced in 1966
for the 1967 model year. Being designed by General Motors to
directly compete with the Ford Mustang. During its long successful
run Chevrolet has sold more than five million Camaros. The fourth
generation Camaro was produced from 1993-2002. The 1998 Camaro had
both exterior and engine changes. A facelift of the front clip and
a newly designed 5.7liter LS1 V-8 were implemented. Upgrades to the
suspension and brakes were also used in the 1998 Camaro. This 1998
Chevrolet Camaro Z28 convertible is painted in fire engine red with
a Medium gray cloth interior. The rear spoiler and alloy wheels
exemplify this Z28s sporty good looks. Under the hood is a 5.7 LT1
V-8 producing just over 300 hp attached to a four-speed automatic
transmission. Options abound on this Z28 convertible including air
conditioning, AM/FM/cd radio, power cloth convertible top, cruise,
power windows, power locks, power driver seat, power mirrors, tilt
wheel, keyless entry, power brakes, power steering, anti-lock
brakes and much more. Do not miss out on this eye popping 1998
Camaro Z28, who wouldn't like to take a summer drive in this red
1998 Chevrolet Camaro
Interested in something else? Search these similar vehicles...
ClassicCars.com has been recognized as one of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States, successfully making the Inc. 5000 list in both 2015,
2016, 2017 and 2018. This prestigious accolade represents the continued growth of the company, and ClassicCars.com's dominance as the world's largest online marketplace for
buying and selling classic and collector vehicles.
The Stevie Awards, the world's premier business awards recognized
ClassicCars.com's first-class Customer Support team with a Stevie Bronze Award in 2019, celebrating the team's skills as exemplary customer support specialists.
In 2016 The Journal, brought to you by ClassicCars.com, was celebrated as the SECOND MOST INFLUENTIAL automotive blog in the world by NFC Performance.