Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
There's something irresistible about a bright red Z/28. That's because this 1991 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is a low mileage car that's loaded, well documented, and has an extra bold sense of style.
It's not hard to love a Z/28 like this. There was just something about the sharp-edge styling that made these the kings of the boulevards when new, and that impression has stuck with us ever since. And what helps with this sporty attitude is that the factory-correct Bright Red really lives up to its name thanks to a professional respray later in life. It has an excellent gloss that shows off the well-fitting panels of a car that has averaged only about 1,100 miles annually. And those added black racing stripes are truly part of the Z/28's legacy. Plus, the 1991 car ushered in a new era with a new aggressive body kit, hood treatment, and spoiler that make these later 3rd gen cars so distinctive. And the alloys were also redesigned, and you get to show them off with the color-matched accents. It all makes for a coupe that's vintage, bold, correct, and intimidating.
While the exterior is about being a bold Camaro, the interior likes to get you ready for a comfortable driving experience. The high-back front bucket seats, armrest center console, tilt steering column, and full gauge package is an ideal setup. The low mileage means less seat time, and so the gray cloth upholstery has a well-preserved look, right down to the Camaro stitching in the setbacks. Like any good Z/28, this one came loaded, including power windows, power locks, power driver's seat, power mirrors, cruise control, driver airbag, and the original AM/FM/cassette stereo. Plus, the air conditioning is running modern R134a so you can stay cool while looking cool in this coupe.
Under the hood is this car's numbers-matching 5.7-liter motor. This has the right preserved and show-worthy style, right down to the decals. The Tuned Port Injection V8 was the optional larger motor, and only the four-speed automatic transmission could handle the torque. That makes for a car with a bit of a split personality. Drive it gently, and it's happy to give you an easy everyday driver that even has high-friendly overdrive. But prod the accelerator, and it reminds you why these are true power cars. Four-wheel power disc brakes, power steering, a Positraction rear end, and thick sway bars front & rear mean you'll happily add to the low odometer.
The sale comes complete with the original window sticker, shipping info, title documentation, and owner's manual. This is the Camaro that you dreamed about before, and this one lives up to that fantasy because it's still in such stock condition. A Z/28 like this is a rare opportunity. Call today!!!
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