Camaro IROC Z/28
ALL-STOCK, SURVIVOR IROC Z/28 'VERT, 9,166 ORIGINAL MILES, FULLY LOADED, MINT!!!
This 1990 Chevrolet Camaro IROC Z/28 convertible represents the pinnacle of third-generation Camaro performance and development. With a strong 5.0 16V V8, a cool color combination, almost every available option, and just 9166 original miles (not a typo), this is the one to put away for posterity.
Yeah, it's a lot of money for a 1990 Camaro, but go ahead and try to find a nicer one. If you have a collection with a convertible IROC-shaped hole in it, this car deserves to be there. The paint is almost entirely original except for the trunk lid, which blends in so well you'd never know unless we told you, and there are some very, very minor signs of use on the high-traffic areas like the chin spoiler. Otherwise, this one is showroom fresh and beautifully maintained. Black is always a challenge to maintain, but it remains glossy and bright with minimal micro-scratches that cars get if they haven't been carefully stored and dusted. The IROC's look is undeniably aggressive, but in black, it's also sophisticated, especially with that single blue stripe running around its perimeter, which is really the only flashy part of the whole car. Details like the door handles, the emblems, the IROC-Z decals on the doors, and even the taillights are in virtually as-new condition.
Gray leather buckets are a lot more luxurious looking than you'd expect in an F-body, but don't forget, this was the top-of-the-line model with an original sticker about where it's priced today. There are few minor signs of use on the driver's seat, which is probably inevitable after 25 years, but it is entirely original and untouched, which is the important thing. You'll also be happy to note that this one is equipped with just about every option you could get in 1990: A/C, power windows, locks, mirrors, and seats, cruise control, and even a tilt steering column with an airbag steering wheel. An AM/FM/cassette stereo will take you back to high school when this was the car everyone longed to have. There's a nice-fitting black canvas convertible top that remains in excellent original condition and it stows under a flush-fitting hard deck. The trunk is deep enough for a few pieces of luggage, too!
The 305 cubic inch engine was designed to be a torquey yet efficient small block, and the one residing in this engine bay is the car's original engine. The familiar Tuned Port Injection intake manifold is easy to recognize and the engine bay is almost entirely original save for some basic maintenance parts. No modifications, no bolt-ons, not even a K&N air filter, it's ideal for the collector who prizes authenticity. An afternoon of detailing will really make it sparkle and if you want a car that'll wow them in preservation classes, this is it. The 700R4 4-speed automatic overdrive means the V8 just loafs along at highway speeds and it's got a very aggressive exhaust note that lets everyone know it's serious. The undercarriage is also completely untouched; heck, it's still sitting on its original 245/50/16 Goodyear Gatorback tires and unmarked 5-spoke alloy wheels.
Original cars are all the rage these days and when they're this good, well, it's easy to understand why. An incredible survivor in every sense of the word. Call today!
- Engine Size
- 305 V8
- Transmission Type
- Body Color
- Body Style
- 9,166 (Actual)
- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
- Center Console