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This 1985 Chevrolet Camaro IROC Z/28 almost looks stock from the outside, but keen eyes will start to pick up on the subtle touches that lead to the beast within. So look out for the stroker V8, five-speed, strong Spohn Performace suspension, and ton of other upgrades on this cool Z machine.
This car has a crisp and well-coordinated look that makes it memorable. It starts with the silver paint. Not only does it look good and glossy, but it nicely complement's this car's full dark side. The louvered hood, headlight surrounds, deeply tinted windows, and upgraded TSW wheels are all finished in black. And the Z/28 not only has the cool ground effects body kit, but it also has a cool decal package. It adds to the dark side with the full wraparound black stripe, and on top of that, the red kicks off an aggression that's continues with the cool IROC graphic on the doors. The total effect Is a coupe that appeals to both your vintage and speedy sides.
Inside is a gray interior that's pure retro cool. This was the special pattern only offered for a few years, so it's great to have it looking so nice. And even the door panels match. So this looks like a nicely preserved classic. So you'll love taking the T-tops out and showing this one off. Plus, you have the best features, including power windows, power locks, power steering, and air conditioning blowing cold with modern R134a. The stereo is an upgraded Kenwood AM/FM/CD unit with everything from aux inputs to Polk Audio speakers w/subwoofer. The factory three-spoke wheel has been specifically developed for comfortable hand positioning while still giving a clear view at the full gauge package. And the action of the stick shift clues you in to the upgrades under the hood even before you twist the key and hear it roar.
The engine bay doesn't look like any stock 3rd gen Camaro you know. After all Chevy never made this huge investment in polished components at the factory. And when you look beyond the style, you'll see the substance of a 383 cubic-inch stroker V8. It also has the right performance upgrades, like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock aluminum intake, Edelbrock fuel pump, MSD ignition, and Hooker headers feeding the rumbling dual exhaust. Plus, it's supported by everything from upgraded pulleys, to a Be Cool aluminum radiator w/electric fans. The Tremec TKO 600 five-speed manual transmission is a stout unit that can handle all the extra power. And as you look at the undercarriage photos, you'll spot plenty more upgrades, including tubular A-arms up front, upgraded rear arms, a strong Ford 9-inch rear, sway bars front & rear, and Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes.
We bet you'd expect to pay a lot more to get a sleeper T-top IROC Z/28 that will blow the doors off of anything else from the era. Don't let this one slip away, call today!!!
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