This 1983 Camaro Z28 has been garage kept since new and is well maintained respectfully driven vehicle. It has 94,500 miles on the original V8 305 with carburetor. It has an automatic transmission, T-Tops that don't leak (with storage bag included), power windows, power locks, rear defrost, cruise control and tilt steering. It is ALL factory original except for the 18" IROC style rims I added in 2015 (I’m including the original gold style wheels and an expensive car cover too).
The interior is 100% original, and is well-preserved for being more than 30 years old. The driver seat has a tear and the interior shows it's age but in very good condition. The dash is in almost perfect condition and looks brand new.
The car runs and drives great. I just replaced the rear shocks and have new front struts (included). The battery is new and the carburetor was just professionally rebuilt. The transmission has a very slow leak but shifts smooth.
The exterior paint sand decals are all original so it’s showing it’s age. There are some minor dings in the driver front quarter panel and paint chipping on the driver's door. All this add to the vehicles character and reaffirms that the can is all original.
This car has been pampered and babied for the 30 years that my father and I have had it. With very little work it can be perfect showroom condition. It is rare to find one of these cars that has not had the engine swapped or other modifications.
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