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This 1992 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is a true Heritage Edition model built to celebrate 25 years of the Camaro. It's finished in its correct one-year color, and it's also loaded with features. So it makes for a rare, speedy, and all-around desirable collectible.
The Purple Haze paint is a seldom-seen color. It was made available only on the 1992 car, and this was the final year for the 3rd generation Camaro. The Z03 in the trim tag tells us that this is a true Heritage Edition model celebrating the 25th anniversary. Are you starting to understand the distinction here? When you combine all of its unique elements, this Z/28 is believed to be one of only 55 ever made. The special paint was resprayed later in life to still have a proper shine while also having the aged-in look of a survivor. Plus, you have all the right Z/28 features, like the dual power bulges in the hood, factory body kit, and large rear spoiler. And this Heritage Edition has a special set of silver racing stripes that really seem to complement the Z/28's 16-inch alloys.
When you look inside, you know this Camaro's distinctiveness goes far beyond the 25th Anniversary badge on the dash. You can tell by the condition of the leather seats. They have a well-done look that shows less wear than the actual mileage odometer would suggest. This is loaded with great features like a power driver's seat, power windows, power locks, power mirrors, a tilt steering column, cruise control, driver's airbag, and factory air conditioning (it likely needs a recharge to blow cold again.) The only upgrade you're likely to spot is the AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input. It means you can even plug your iPhone into this classic Heritage Camaro.
Under the hood is where this Camaro becomes even more desirable. It has the optional L98 350 cubic-inch fuel-injected V8 that was shared with the Corvette. This was the true performance powerplant from Chevy at the time, and it's one of the first things people look for in collectability. This V8 could only be mated to the stout 700R4 four-speed automatic because the motor made too much power for GM's five-speed manual of the day. The overdrive transmission also makes this coupe the perfect cruiser, when paired with the power steering, sports suspension, and four-wheel power disc brakes.
Complete with the factory buildsheet, this is the strong-running coupe that's also a true rarity. Who knew this level of distinction could also be so affordable? Call today!!!
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