Here's your chance to own a preserved young survivor with very low
mileage. This 1999 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 has been cherished by its
one and only owner thus far so well that it has averaged under
1,300 annually. But considering this affordable classic offers the
fuel-injected LS1 power, T-tops, and a loaded A/C interior, we know
you won't be able to resist adding plenty more to the odometer.
One-owner cars always have an extra allure, and we really don't
have to tell you why. If you've ever cherished a car from brand new
and preserved it for decades, then you know it also feels quite
special to be the second owner (because you get to reap the rewards
of all that care.) The factory Light Pewter paint still has its
showroom level of shine. So that metallic element really knows how
to pop out in the sunlight. Exceptional care also means the sharp
body lines of this Z/28 coupe retain their attractive angular
style. So this one looks great as it begins to transition from a
great sports car into a full-blooded classic. After all, this is
rapidly approaching the 25-year mark, which is the first hurdle in
many states for vintage car registration. And you just know this
one will look right with an antique plate sitting in-between those
aggressively wide dual exhaust tips.
The tan interior is an attractive color combo against the pewter
exterior. The leather looks exceptional, and the T-tops really let
you share the full presentation with the world. The condition of
the carpets, door panels, and the dash is also a direct reflection
of a low-mileage machine that has always been treated with respect.
You'll love the luxury experience of this loaded Camaro that
includes a power driver's seat, power windows, power locks, keyless
entry/alarm, dual airbags, cruise control, tilt steering column,
and the premium/powerful Monsoon AM/FM/CD stereo system. We like
that the T-tops come with both the sunshades and has the carrier in
the rear. So you can choose to have the feeling of a closed-roof
coupe, big glass top panels, or take it all out and store them on a
whim. And since this one has cold-blowing R134a air conditioning,
it's especially nice to take out the roof even in the summer.
Chevy's 5.7-liter LS1 V8 is one of the big reasons these later
fourth-gen Camaros remain popular. It was a leap forward in the V8
wars with a fuel-injected powerhouse that offered a lighter
construction and more muscle. That's why we covet any GM product
with LS power today. And just like the rest of this coupe, it has a
time capsule level of presentation. It's a smooth runner going down
the road, which is heightened by the four-wheel power disc brakes
w/ABS, power steering, the Z/28's sports suspension, and a
four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive.
Complete with the owner's manual, now is the time to act because a
preserved and distinct fuel-injected Z/28 only gets more desirable
the more it becomes a pure classic. Call today!!!