Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1989 Chevrolet Camaro IROC Z/28 has a striking style from a cool color combo and true vintage Camaro style. And as you dig deeper, you'll see this has everything you want, including T-tops, a fuel-injected V8, and the rarely-seen five-speed. So it makes for an irresistible IROC for an irresistible price.
The Dark Blue paint is one of those colors that seems so rare today that you'll impress people just by telling them it's the factory-correct color. It even has been given some investments with a partial respray and clear coating later in life. The result is a coupe that has a driver-ready finish that also makes sure you still get a hint of that metallic luster in the sunshine. The blue also makes a distant backdrop of the coordinated IROC-Z package. The black with silver pinstripe decal package sits right above the sporty body kit as it fully encircles the car. This matches the special badging on the doors, fenders, and rear bumper. Even the 15-inch IROC-Z alloys look like part of this overall theme for an attractive appearance.
T-top coupes like this are meant to be open to the world. So it's great to see the gray interior coordinating with the silver accents of the exterior to deliver a very harmonious total package. It has a very original look everywhere from the pattern of the cloth seats to the Z/28 badge on the dash. There are nice features, like power locks, an electric rear defogger, a tilt steering column, the factory AM/FM/cassette stereo, and cruise control. You'll even see nice stock details like the working dome light and T-tops storage bags. The factory air conditioning has been upgraded to modern R134a, and there are plenty of newer components, but it will likely need a recharge to blow cold again. This IROC-Z is built to be a great driver with the three-spoke steering wheel that has been engineered to give you a terrific view of the large speedo and handy tach.
The engine bay has the unmistakable look of Chevy's TBI fuel injection, and that's the sign of a hardy and potent V8. This 305 cubic-inch unit has a highly stock and well-maintained/invested appearance. So while it's unknown if the low odometer reflects the full actual mileage, we're told this is a two-owner car, and it has the right look to back up the feeling of quality care. And the 305 is a desirable motor to have because it was the only way to get V8 power with the control of a five-speed manual transmission - a true rarity in these cars. The IROC-Z was given an upgraded sports suspension, and this also has power steering, power brakes, front discs, and Goodyear Eagle GT tires for a great all-around driver.
This is the sharp-looking Camaro that loves to be the classic that's easy to love and drive. So if you're looking to hit the streets in an IROC-Z, you know this is where you want to be. Call today!!!
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