800 Derita Road, Ste. A
When you're looking at a 1 of 6 special edition, it's pretty easy to understand why it remains in showroom ready condition. This 1994 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Dale Earnhardt Edition was a unique creation from The Intimidator's own Chevy dealership in NC. Not only does it have a special body and loaded interior, but also it can live up to its Victory Lane style with its fuel-injected V8 and six-speed.
They only made six of these: one to celebrate each one of Dale Earnhardt's championship wins up until that point. And the fact that this is a 1994 coupe (the year of his seventh championship) really ties it all together. It's the kind of history that made this Camaro an instant classic. The base of this is the great-looking black T-top coupe. They added a white lower body kit and large rear spoiler to give it a true NASCAR look. The same NASCAR feel goes for the special logos for GM Goodrich, Richard Childress Racing, and Winston Cup. Plus, with Dale Earnhardt's signature rendered on the windshield and B-pillar, you have a total package that's worthy of The Intimidator's name. It's quite a special car, and so the condition on everything - right down to the 16-inch alloys - is great. That's because its collectability was from day one. The story on these were that you needed to go into a raffle just to be able to buy one. So after a quarter century, we can only image the demand is even greater.
The same level of awesomely fresh preservation continues on the inside. This one immediately grabs your attention with a special set of front bucket seats featuring a special leather that also include custom Earnhardt embroidery on the headrests. Other features include, power windows, power locks, tilt wheel, keyless entry, power steering, a power driver's seat, and a premium AM/FM/CD stereo system with Bose speakers. And cold-blowing factory air conditioning means you can take the T-tops out and stay cool even in the summertime. A modern classic means modern safety features such as dual front airbags and anti-lock brakes.
Another advantage of a more modern classic means modern fuel-injected power. This is the top-of-the-line 350 cubic-inch V8 that was shared with the contemporary Corvette. The LT1 motor was rated at 275 hp for this Z/28, and since this Camaro is an exceptionally preserved survivor, of course the engine is numbers-matching. Also, when you pop the hood, you'll see that this powerhouse looks factory fresh, right down to the decals. And while this car has averaged less than 550 miles annually, it has also been maintained correctly. So you can really grab the six-speed manual transmission and enjoy this V8 to the fullest. Plus, this Z/28 has the benefit of four-wheel disc brakes, power steering, and an upgraded sports suspension with sway bars front & rear.
Such a low-mileage and highly-collectable car also needs the right paperwork. That's why the sale comes with the original window sticker, owner's manual, service manuals, and maintenance records. This is truly an amazing find for lovers of both NASCAR history and true Camaro rarity. So the first one to grab this deal gets to be the new chapter in this survivor's history. Call now!
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