3K ORIGINAL MILES, ONE OWNER TEXAS CAR, BASICALLY SHOWROOM NEW, ORIGNAL DOCS
The last of the third-generation F-bodies rolled off the line in 1992 and someone wisely grabbed this fully-loaded 1992 Camaro Z/28 and stashed it away for posterity. Showing just 3277 actual miles (not a misprint), it's quite likely the most well-preserved 1992 Z anywhere and a must for the ultimate Camaro collection.
If you're going to put one away for posterity, the guy who ordered this fully-loaded Z/28 did it right. The Z was the top-of-the-line and it never looked better than it does in black, especially with the deep chin spoiler and taller rear wing that was a feature of the later cars. As you'd expect with just 3200 miles on the clock, it's pretty much as-new in every way, including the paint which has that characteristic GM orange peel in the finish, but a great shine; how'd they do that? For fans of original cars, this is an incredible find, and every nut and bolt is just where the factory techs put it more than two decades ago. No stripes or gaudy graphics here, just a sinister black Camaro that really was the top dog in the pony car wars that year. It's been properly stored and exercised, and there's not a hint of the usual shelf wear that you see in some cars that are just thrown under a cover and forgotten. No, someone really loved this car and it must have been really hard to resist taking it for a drive now and then.
Camaro interiors were pretty nice places to spend your time, and this one has supportive gray leather bucket seats and every option you could order in 1992. The seats have been recently re-covered thanks to a factory recall, and the rest of the interior remains in first-class condition. Equipment includes A/C, power windows and locks, cruise control, power driver's seat, and power mirrors, plus the 4-speed automatic transmission that was the only choice with the 5.7-liter L98 (the 5-speed couldn't reliably handle the torque). An airbag steering wheel was a recent addition to the Camaro and it offers a fully complement of big analog gauges that are easy to read with their bold yellow markings. A Delco AM/FM/CD stereo system still sounds decent and the factory floor mats, back seat, and trunk area are completely unmarked. Heck, you can almost see where the window sticker (which is included) was hanging!
The 5.7-liter L98 V8 was borrowed from the Corvette and stuffed into the Z to finally put down the 5.0 Mustang. It was a brilliant move, creating one of the greatest muscle cars of the era and this was definitely the one everyone watched for on the street. Original right down to its belts and hoses, it has enjoyed annual fluid changes and a bit of exercise to keep everything healthy. The engine bay has all its original markings and stickers, and aside from the battery (which is a Delco) nothing has been altered or replaced. Underneath, it's pretty much as-delivered, with shiny exhaust parts, spotless floors, and original components throughout, save for the fuel tank which was also replaced during a recall. Factory 16-inch alloys look bright and fresh and still carry original 245/50/16 Goodyear "Gatorbacks" that were all the rage back then.
To put this car in context, imagine it's 1991 and you have the chance to buy an all-original, documented, low mile 1969 Camaro Z/28 for close to its original sticker price. You wouldn't hesitate, would you? Don't miss this chance, either, because this is the one to own. Call today!
Air Conditioning, AM/FM Radio, Anti-Lock Brakes, CD Player, Cruise Control, Defrost, Driver Airbag, Four Wheel Disc Brakes, Heat, Leather Seats, Numbers Matching, Power Brakes, Power Locks, Power Seats, Power Steering, Power Windows, Rear Defogger, Seatbelts, Tilt Wheel
- Engine Type
- Engine Size
- 5.7 Liter L98 V8
- Transmission Type
- 4 Speed Automatic
- Body Color
- Body Style
- Paint Type
- 3,277 (Actual)
- Fort Worth
- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
- Center Console
Estimated Monthly Payment
Based on 20% down over 96 months