Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
A nicely coordinated total package makes this 1989 Chevrolet Camaro IROC Z/28 convertible a desirable drop-top classic. And when a fuel-injected V8 machine is also so affordable, well then, you know it's a deal that won't wait for long.
An IROC Z/28 Camaro is a timeless classic. There was just something about the sharp-edge styling and ground effects that made these the kings of the boulevards in the 1980s - and that never went out of style. It only gets better with a rare ragtop that lets you go for a wind-in-your-hair cruise whenever you desire. This was updated to red later in life, and we all know why. It's hard to resist a V8 Camaro finished in an eye-catching color. It's also a nice backdrop for the other coordinating pieces. The silver IROC-Z door decals go with the silver that surrounds the entire vehicle and special 16-inch alloys. And there's an even better coordinated black with the hood louvers, headlight housings, tail panel and lower accent strip. In fact, the car looks like a full red and black two-tone when the newer black roof is in place.
While we like the way this one looks with the top up, the reason why you really want a convertible is to be open to the world. So the red interior gives you an even more desirable look. After all, the darker hue against the lighter exterior paint almost looks European. In fact, this upholstery is thoughtfully done with newer seat covers that have fabric inserts for where your legs will be on hot days. This is also a loaded machine. It has a power driver's seat, power windows, power locks, tilt steering, and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo. Best of all, cold-blowing air conditioning means you can enjoy the top-down fun even in the summertime.
These third-generation Camaros are especially desirable for what's under the hood. After all, we all love a classic that also includes a fuel-injected V8. The 305 cubic-inch powerplant is believed to be original to the car. It's known for being smooth on the highway and quick off the stoplight. This IROC proves it's a great all-around around classic for even long distances with its the four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive, and you even have cruise control! Add in power steering, front disc brakes, and thick sway bars front & rear, and you know you'll enjoy driving this classic drop-top everywhere.
Complete with the owner's manual packet, you're looking at a well-priced modern classic convertible. So you might want to hurry if you want to take this deal home. Call today!!!
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