The fourth-generation Camaro, produced on GM's F-body platform, added rounded aerodynamic design and a host of performance options to Chevy's signature sport-coupe. In 1994, Chevrolet put a focus on enhancing computer-controlled technologies in the car, linking the computer controlling engine and transmission performance and beginning the use of a mass air flow sensor system. The fourth-generation Camaro would be disconitnued in 2002. Many thought this meant the end of the Camaro until it was re-introduced in 2010.
This 1994 Camaro Z28 is a stunning example of a well-preserved iconic sports coupe. The bright Arctic White exterior looks fantastic with opposing black cloth top and black mirrors. All around the exterior of the car shows extremely well. On the interior, the very well maintained graphite cloth looks great top-up or top-down. This Z28, with a 5.7L V8 pushes 275hp and, at the time of production, was rated at a 0-60mph time of 6.4 seconds. This is an iconic convertible that would be a great purchase for someone seeking a car that would be both fun to show and even more fun to drive and enjoy. Vehicle has build-sheet and window sticker as well as original dealer delivery folder.