Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
A well-presented 1992 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 convertible is already a tantalizing idea at this affordable price. But as you dig deeper, you start to see this comes with everything you really want, too. That means a loaded A/C interior, nice Z-car handling, an overdrive transmission, and proper fuel-injected V8 power.
Dark Teal has the right color to represent this car's era, and quality investments later in life mean it retains the bright look you want in a sunshine-friendly convertible. There's even a newer top to give this an overall attractive style. And we like it when a '92 is presented with respect. After all, this was both the final year for the legendary 3rd generation and the 25th anniversary of the Camaro. These Z/28s were the top-of-the-line, and they really represented the king of the hill nicely. Sharp-edge styling, dual power bulges in the hood, updated ground effects, and the convertible's special integrated rear spoiler give this a terrific presence. And the optional 16-inch five-spoke wheels have a sporty style that still looks great today. The total impression is a sleek and sharp Camaro that represents the best of its generation.
The black roof looks good against the teal paint, but we like it even better when you take it down to reveal the tasteful gray. In fact, you'll really love how this comfy velour won't sizzle your legs on sunny days. It makes for a great driver's classic, especially with all the loaded features. You have power windows, power locks, a tilt steering column, cruise control, a driver's airbag, and AM/FM/cassette stereo. We know you'll love driving with the top down, and the factory air conditioning is even running modern R134a refrigerant. The tilt steering column gives you a clear view to the full gauge package with large speedo and tach. It's the kind of convertible that makes you want to get in a drive, and so this car's overall appeal goes far beyond the 25th Anniversary badge on the dash.
The engine bay looks just as nicely presented as the rest of the car. Good maintenance of the essentials is combined with the right stock details (even the factory decals are still bright!) But we know you want this for more than just for its preservation. This is the first Camaro anniversary year with a fuel-injected V8. The 305 cubic-inch power plant is known for being smooth on the highway and first off the stoplight. Plus, the four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive also makes this coupe the perfect cruiser, especially when paired with the power steering, new bushings, power brakes w/front discs, and grippy Goodyear Eagle tires.
This is the right mix of preservation and investment to deliver a great cruising drop-top classic. The fact that it's also a loaded and important Camaro means you need to hurry in this deal. Call today!!!
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