Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
A low-mileage well-preserved 1992 Chevrolet Camaro is already a tantalizing idea at this affordable price. But then when you see that this is loaded with everything you want, including T-tops, A/C interior, the original fuel-injected V8, and a cool factory-correct finish, then you realize how irresistible this one really is.
Arctic White with red stripes is a color combination we don't see too often. So, not only is it nice that this factory-correct color is looking bright, but we even think the professional respray applied on this RS is even better than what you'd find from the factory. It gives this well-preserved coupe extra distinction, and that's the point of owning a '92. After all, this was both the final year for the legendary 3rd generation and the 25th anniversary of the Camaro. These RS models were always highly desirable, and they really represented Chevy's street brawler nicely. Sharp-edge styling, dual red power bulges in the hood, ground effects, and the subtle rear spoiler-lip give this a terrific presence. In fact, since this one has only averaged around 1,925 miles annually, you know every time it left the garage, it was only for careful motoring and showing off.
When you look inside, you know this Camaro's distinctiveness goes far beyond the 25th Anniversary badge on the dash. You can tell by the condition of the gray cloth seats, matching side panels, and plush carpeting that there has been great care in this car's lifetime. Like any good Camaro, this one came loaded right out of the box, including power windows, power locks, remote rear hatch release, tilt steering, and cruise control. And because we know you'll love driving with the T-tops out, the factory air conditioning is loaded with R134a refrigerant - so you can stay cool well into the summer season. Having a modern classic like this means you even get a factory airbag in the steering wheel. There's even an AM/FM/Cassette stereo so you can hear your favorite tunes even while the wind whips through the cabin. The rear-hatch area is very clean and spacious, housing the original black T-top bags.
The engine bay looks just as nicely presented as the rest of the car, still housing the numbers matching 305 V8 it was originally born with. Good maintenance of the essentials is combined with carefully preserved components (even the factory decals are still bright!), but we know you want this RS for more than just its preservation. The 305 cubic-inch power plant is known for being smooth on the highway and first off the stoplight, not to mention a long-tested reputation based on reliability. Plus, the five-speed manual transmission makes this coupe the perfect sports car, especially when paired with the power steering, power front disc brakes, and a stance built for bending corners. The original 16-inch five spokes have been upgraded to 17-inch chrome Boss Motorsports wheels wrapped in 245/45/17 blackwall radials.
With only 51,738 miles on the clock, this is a terrifically preserved presentation of a loaded and important 25th Anniversary Camaro RS. And at this affordable price, you'll need to hurry because she won't last long. Call now!
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