This unmodified 1987 Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z sports coupe has been California-owned its entire life and is powered by a fuel-injected L98 5.7-liter V8 backed by a four-speed automatic transmission. It was delivered new to Liberty Chevrolet in Selma, California and received a reportedly $6,500 paint job, new BFGoodrich tires, and a new radiator under current ownership. Refinished in red over a gray cloth interior, this garage-kept Camaro Z28 is now offered with an owner's manual, a sales brochure, receipts, a window sticker, a clean CARFAX report, and a clear California title in the seller's name.
This rust-free Camaro IROC was given a new two-stage red paint job within the last five years at a reported cost of $6,500 under the seller’s ownership and received new factory-correct logos, pinstripes, and decals applied by a Camaro specialist. The body features fog lamps, hood louvers, a rear spoiler, and a dual-exhaust system. The seller has provided photos in the carousel to the right that show the car being prepared for its new paint job.
Aluminum 16-inch five-spoke mag wheels are wrapped in BFGoodrich tires that were replaced within the last 4,000 miles.
The cabin is fitted with six-way power-adjustable gray cloth bucket seats up front, a bench in the rear, and matching materials for the door panels, crack-free original dashboard, center console, carpeting, and floor mats. Amenities include an anti-theft chip, tinted power windows, power door locks, an electric hatch release, cruise control, a tilt-adjustable ComforTilt steering column, a functional clock, and a restored air conditioning system with R12 refrigerant. The seller notes that the stereo is original but does not power up, the climate control arm needs to be replaced, the driver's seatback has a stain on it, the passenger-side door fabric has detached and needs new adhesive, and the power windows are slow to operate.
Vehicle information is conveyed through a 145-mph speedometer, 7K-rpm tachometer, and auxiliary gauges. The five-digit original odometer reads 63K miles. The last mileage figure entered on the CARFAX report in March 2016 was 60,178 miles.
The L98 5.7-liter V8 with tuned port fuel injection was rated at 225 horsepower and 330 lb-ft of torque when new. It received a replacement radiator and fuel pump during the seller’s ownership. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a console-shifted 4-speed automatic transmission. Under their ownership, the exhaust pipe has been replaced and the original gas tank has been dropped, cleaned, and equipped with a new fuel pump.
The IROC-Z was outfitted from the factory with a sway bar. The steering and four-wheel disc brakes are power-assisted. The seller states that the suspension struts, Bilstein shocks, and bushings are original and likely due for replacement.
The CARFAX report shows a vehicle history that is free of accidents and damage, with the first record appearing in early 1991 and the most recent record dating back to 2016. The sale includes an owner’s manual, a brochure, service records, and a window sticker showing an original retail price of $19,086; California buyers will also receive personalized license plates. The seller has provided a walkaround video below that shows the exterior as well as the car at idle.