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A cool color combo, fuel-injected V8 power, and all the right features (including T-tops) are what headline this 1987 Chevrolet Camaro IROC Z/28, and so you know it's the one you've been searching for.
The Bright Blue Metallic 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. This is an actual miles car, and the finish seems to mirror the odometer in the idea of a classic that has been enjoyed, but it knows the difference between use and abuse. So it has some age in its style but you still get a hint of that metallic luster in the sunshine. The blue also makes a distant backdrop for 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 16-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 factory features like power windows, power locks, a rear defogger, a tilt steering column, cruise control, and provisions for air conditioning (it will need servicing to blow cold again.) Plus, you have nice upgrades that make this classic a better modern cruiser. This includes an AM/FM/CD stereo with Bluetooth, a hands-free mic, a Rockford Fosgate amp with subwoofer, and a radar detector. This is built around the driver with a high-back bucket seat that power adjusts to your ideal position, and the three-spoke steering wheel has been engineered to give you a terrific view of the large speedo and tach.
Under the hood is a factory-style 305 cubic-inch V8. We love these later 3rd-gen Camaros because they really embraced the era of desirable fuel injection. In fact, while this is a genuine classic, it also does a terrific job of being an overall modern cruiser. That's why you have great features like the 700R4 four-speed automatic that's quick with power kick-downs as well as provides overdrive comfort. Plus, power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and grippy Cooper sport tires make for a nice driving coupe.
This is the kind of IROC-Z that delivers what you want. And the price even leaves room in your budget for any personalization you may want. So don't let this Chevy slip away, call today!
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