This '80s icon looks as good as new!
When it comes to American performance in the 1980s, the Camaro IROC-Z was about as good as things got, which is why many of these cars ended up raced, modified or crashed. Fortunately, this gorgeous 1987 Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z has survived completely intact over the last 33 years remaining as solid as it was when it was first sold, and this low-mileage survivor is up for sale through Showdown Auto for $18,900.
Just under 72,000 actual miles are showing on this Camaro's odometer, which is backed up by impressive overall condition of the car. The burgundy paint looks factory fresh with no signs of fading or peeling, and the factory ground effects and gold wheels are still in place. Accenting the gold wheels, the gold decals and pinstripes add a nice touch, and the interior is just as clean as the rest of the car with almost no wear showing in the cabin. This car is a fully loaded example with tilt steering, factory gauges, air conditioning and power windows including the soft-close rear hatch.
Under the hood, this IROC-Z is powered by a 305 cubic-inch V8, and the best part of this Camaro is that is equipped with the rare five-speed manual gearbox that sends power to the rear wheels through a posi traction rear end. With years of documented history and maintenance, it's obvious this IROC-Z was well cared for since it was brand new.