614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Here's your chance to own one of the most interesting survivors you are going to ever come across. This 1993 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Indianapolis 500 Pace Car edition has been pampered so well that the 6,983 advertised actual mileage for the odometer is not a typo. That means buying it today is like getting the keys to a fuel-injected T-top time machine with one of the most vibrant factory color packages around.
This is the first year for the fourth-generation Camaro, and so it's already great to have such a low mileage Z/28 example. But what really sets it apart is the Indy 500 Pace Car package. There were estimated to be fewer than 650 examples produced. This on is #113 of the 125 parade cars. So this has been a collector car from day one, and it has been treated that way. The special two-tone paint is the original factory application, and it does a particularly good job of highlighting the new 4th gen shark-nosed styling. There's even a special Indy 500 badge at the tip. The colorful full-length Indy 500 decal package retains its bold style, which is a small miracle to have the four-color intertwined presentation still looking so good. In fact, it all looks fantastically preserved, right down to the special white 16-inch wheels.
The interior is arguably even more impressive than the exterior. After all, when was the last time you saw such cool seats from the factory? The black fading into white two-tone also has the same four-color stripe as the exterior. This had to have been expensive to manufacture, and so you'll likely never see this level of detail from the factory ever again. Even the door panels and rear seats match this pattern. And with so few miles on this car, there was little seat time to wear-in this unique interior. More than just look great, this time capsule is loaded. That means power driver's seat, power windows, power locks, dual airbags, a tilt wheel, cruise control, an AM/FM/CD stereo, and provisions for R134a air conditioning (it likely just needs a recharge to blow cold again.) And the T-tops are an iconic way to share this fantastic total package with the world.
Under the hood 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, the engine is numbers-matching. You'll also see that this powerhouse looks factory fresh, right down to the decals. A more modern classic like this has advantages like the convenience of a four-speed automatic transmission. It provides enough gears to be quick off the line, or it can just as easily cruise comfortably in overdrive on the highway. Plus, this Z/28 has the benefit of power steering, ABS, and four-wheel power disc brakes.
The sale comes with the full owner's manual packet, original warranty card, maintenance records, and magazine articles. This is truly an amazing value for a low-mileage low-batch classic. So the first one to grab this deal gets to be the new chapter in this survivor's history. Call today!!!
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