A 1988 Chevrolet Camaro IROC Z/28 is already a tantalizing idea at this affordable price. But then when you see that this is loaded with everything you want, including T-tops, A/C interior, and an updated fuel-injected V8, and then you realize how irresistible this one really is.
It's not hard to love an IROC-Z. Either you had one, or envied one at some time in your life. And just like Ray-Ban Aviators, these never went out of style. There was just something about the sharp-edge styling and ground effects that made these the kings of the boulevards in the 1980s and 90s. It only got better with T-tops that let sun in to show everyone the huge grin on your face. Of course, the one option you absolutely had to have with these cars was the distinctive 16-inch five-spoke wheels. This coupe's correct gray color is the perfect hue, after all when you have a new classic like this, you don't want to be too ostentatious. It was even refreshed during its lifetime to reflect the car's current stature. So the idea is let this well-maintained, subtle color draw people in where they can see its nice shine as they get up close. Plus, color helps to highlight the black accents in the hood vents, tinted roof glass, and the protective bra that comes with the sale. The hint of blue accompanying the black wraparound stripe is a true artist's touch.
Inside the subtly sophisticated gray and black theme continues. And now that draws attention to colorful inserts in places like the Camaro logo on the three-spoke wheel and IROC Z-28 badging on the dash. The high-backed bucket seats give modern support. They have held up quite well, and their original condition is highlighted by the “Camaro” stitched into the seatback. Not only is this a sign of careful ownership, but also so are the details like the original storage bags for the T-tops. Like any good IROC-Z, this one came loaded. It has power windows, power locks, tilt steering, cruise control, and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo. With the air conditioning upgraded to R134a, it makes for a great pairing for taking the T-tops out longer into the summer season.
Under the hood is the correct 305 cubic-inch displacement, and it was replaced less than 25k miles ago. So you get the right look in the engine bay, but now with a far fresher motor. That gives you extra confidence to unleash this fuel-injected small-block and enjoy this Z/28 to the fullest. This one is ready for whatever you are. After all, the front disc brakes, modern Toyo Proxes tires, and thick sway bars front & rear are great for performance driving. The power steering and four-speed automatic w/highway-friendly overdrive are great features to have any time.
An IROC Camaro like this is an affordable way to fulfill a promise you made a while ago. It's time to get back to who you were (or who you've always wanted to be) in this up and coming classic. Call now!