Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale WITHOUT RESERVE and SOLD to the highest bidder January 19th – 22nd, 2017 at Russo and Steele's 17th Annual Scottsdale Arizona Auction at the Salt River Fields at Talking Stick. Please contact us for more information. The 1993 model year marked the advent of GM's fourth-generation F-Body Camaro and Firebird models, which persisted through 2002. New technologies and materials made the fourth generation greatly improved over the prior years. Weight was reduced with the use of plastic body panels sitting atop a steel space frame. Performance was increased thanks in part to a better suspension system. In 1993 Chevrolet offered the LT1 eight-cylinder engine, which had been in production for a year on the Corvette, on the Camaro. A six-speed manual gearbox was offered with the LT1 engine. The Camaro returned to the Indianapolis 500 as the honorary pace car in 1993. To commemorate this historic accomplishment, Chevrolet offered a limited quantity of Special Edition Camaros painted in a black and white color scheme. The fourth-generation Camaro, featuring completely new and extremely smooth styling, was introduced for 1993 as a coupe only. The Z28 featured a 275-hp version of the Corvette LT-1 small block V-8 introduced the year before - making the Camaro performance model the closest car to a Corvette available with a rear seat. A Camaro Z28 paced the 1993 Indianapolis 500, marking the fourth time the brand had served as the Indy Pace car. As had become tradition, a Pace Car Edition package was offered through Chevy dealers, 645 1993 Z28s were built with only a handful of those being "hard top" and the colorfully pin-striped Indy Pace Car package. The 1993 Indy Pace Car was driven by Chevrolet General Manager Jim Perkins. This particular pace car, numbered 287, has been used in parades, festival events, NASCAR events, many charities and shows, dealer and marketing events, and has been a regularly driven vehicle. Highlights are many on this fully documented, matching number car. They include the factory window sticker, Indy 500 official wall poster, Camaro Registry paperwork, clean Carfax/Instavin reports, a 1993 Chevrolet dealer catalog, an original Camaro owner's manual, factory build sheet, Auto Week magazine with Pace Car coverage, pro Chevrolet magazine coverage, Indy 500 Camaro VIN list documentation, new Indy 500 event program, Jim Perkins official poster, Indianapolis 500 race program, Pace Car model car, 2 sets of factory GM keys, official Indy 500 numbered racing pin, Pace Car die-cast semi-truck, authentic car wash pass and ribbons, Indy 500 parking pass, Indy 500 hospitality pin, Indy 500 VIP day pin, Indy 500 shop pin, Indy 500 Sweepstakes form, Indianapolis 500 #287 license plate, 1993 Festival window sticker, Indianapolis 500 official belt buckle, Indy 500 Chevrolet belt buckle, Camaro pace car VHS tape, official Chevrolet instructional DVD, and vehicle schematics sheet. Chevrolet built just 645 Camaro Z28 Indy replicas with 125 of those used at the speedway. This example is number 287 and it also has 31,250 miles on a professionally rebuilt motor with a transferable warranty. The interior package includes power windows, power locks, power mirrors, tilt, cruise control, leather steering wheel, climate control system, center console, CD sound system, rear bucket seats, accessory power point, and more. Exterior options include a rear spoiler, fog lights, Indy 500 graphics, alloy wheels, and more. This is a great car to drive and you will not be disappointed in owning a part of automotive and racing history.