A 1986 Chevrolet Camaro IROC Z/28 like this is about finally
fulfilling a promise, and doing it for an affordable price. After
all, when you first saw one of these coupes in a perfect
coordinating color combo like this, and its mix of muscular and
sleek lines made you vow right there that someday you would own
one. Today can be that day!
The IROC-Zs are truly stunning machines, and this one is near the top of that class. The factory-correct Dark Red Metallic paint appears to be original. Keep that in mind as you look at how the light evenly radiates off the red - that's the level of care that has been put into this car for three decades. But desirability goes far beyond preservation. Chevy knew how to dress its most aggressive Camaro correctly. The full body kit, hood louvers, rear spoiler, and 16-inch IROC-Z alloys are all part of a planned attack as the top V8 Camaro was out to re-take the streets back from the 5.0 Mustangs.
The tan interior is one of our favorite parts of the car. The exterior pinstriping, IROC lettering, Z/28 badging, and even accent color on the alloy wheels are all in tan. So when the inside and outside are so well coordinated, it gives this coupe an extra dashes of flare. Beyond just the right color, this Camaro's interior is a great place to spend some time. You'll slip into the high-back bucket seat that has the right bolstering to be all-day comfortable. The factory three-spoke wheel has been specifically developed for comfortable hand positioning while still getting a clear view at the full gauge package. Like any good IROC-Z, this one came loaded with a power windows, power locks, tilt steering, electric rear window defogger, cruise control, and air conditioning. But there are some great upgrades for comfort and performance. For example, the radio is now a more modern AM/FM/CD stereo. And we know you'll love resting your right hand on the B&M shifter.
These third-generation Camaros are especially desirable for what's under the hood. After all, we all love a classic that also includes a fuel-injected V8. The 305 cubic-inch powerplant is already known for being smooth on the highway and quick off the stoplight, but this one goes one step further. With enhancements like the Edelbrock BBK throttle body intake and Hedman Headers, it makes sure this V8 is breathing deeper than its factory friends. That extra hit of power is welcomed no matter if it used as a Saturday night cruiser, or Monday morning commuter. This IROC proves it's a great all-around around classic even more with features like the four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive, power steering, sway bars front & rear, and front power disc brakes.
A superb and factory-correct presentation that's mixed with some great performance upgrades. It's everything you wanted in an IROC Z/28 back then, and your desire has only grown over the years. So don't let this affordable opportunity pass you by. Call now!!
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