Anyone who remembers the 1980s will recall the IROC name with fondness. This 1987 Chevrolet Camaro IROC Z28 is a truly special car, even among other F-body models, plus it’s in such fantastic shape it almost looks like it rolled right off the production line. This is genuinely the kind of ride that qualifies as a more modern classic, guaranteed to draw a crowd at any car show or meetup.
This particular IROC Z28 has a more sinister presentation, thanks to the silky smooth black paint job which flatters every curve on the body. Just as important, the factory pinstriping and graphics are completely intact, preserving that classic look just the way you remember it. Also, the factory 16x8-inch wheels with the exclusive IROC design are included
What really got enthusiasts all worked up over this ride was the 5.7-liter V8 with electronic fuel injection, which puts 225-horsepower and 330 lb.-ft. of torque at your command. It was a huge step up from the wimpy four-cylinder and even the carbureted 5.0-liter V8. This particular car has the four-speed automatic transmission, so you can keep both hands on the steering wheel and ensure this beast stays on the straight and narrow.
Dripping with nostalgic details and in wonderful shape is the interior. All the factory controls and gauges are intact, including the radio and steering wheel. The upholstery and carpeting are in overall good condition without any tears or major blemishes visible. You can just sit in this car and be taken back to the late ‘80s.
Named after a racing series that used Camaros for their potent yet affordable performance qualities, the Chevy Camaro IROC Z28 was produced from 1985 to the early part of 1990. The car was wildly popular, helping Chevy to elevate its pony car back to prominence and making it a hit with enthusiasts. Thanks to Vanguard Motors Sales, you can have the chance to own this piece of Camaro history.
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