Lower the top and hit those scenic back roads.


Named after the International Race of Champions, Chevrolet introduced the IROC-Z Camaro to the world for the 1985 model year as an option package on the Z28. This new third-gen Camaro model came with plenty of factory upgrades regarding suspension and performance. With a short production run of five years, the 1990 model year was the last for the IROC-Z. Showdown Motors Inc. is excited to offer the opportunity to own a last-year example with this stunning 1990 Chevy Camaro IROC-Z.

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Showdown Motors Inc.

This IROC is finished in a brilliant Bright Red complete with a contrasting black convertible top. According to the seller description, there are only some small snags from pulling the convertible top down, this third-gen beauty appears to be in fantastic shape. Further complementing the exterior are a set of aluminum 16-inch five-spoke wheels bolted to all four corners. The Camaro also comes with fog lights for added illumination at night.

Powering the IROC is a 305-cubic-inch (5.0-liter) V8 engine backed by a TH700-R4 automatic transmission that twists a G80 Posi-traction (limited-slip) differential. For added rumble and oomph, this car has an upgraded Flowmaster dual exhaust system. Power disc brakes bring the wheels to a halt, and power steering allows for easily maneuvering corners and turns. This IROC has about 90,000 miles on the clock.

Peek inside to an immaculate grey cloth interior. Features include ice cold air conditioning, power windows, power locks (with remote key fob), and an upgraded Kentwood stereo.

The sale of this Camaro comes with original booklets and cassettes. If this beautiful 1990 Chevy Camaro IROC-Z would make your weekends brighter with sunny cruises with the top down, then make sure to contact Showdown Motor Inc. and see how you can get behind the wheel of this third-gen gem. The price is listed at $21,900, but feel free to submit an offer.