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A well-preserved 1992 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 convertible is already a tantalizing idea at this affordable price. But as you dig deeper, you start to see this comes with everything you really want, too. That means sharp paint, a loaded A/C interior, and proper fuel-injected V8 power. Plus, this is one of the rare Z-cars that you get to fully control with a five-speed manual transmission.
Dark Teal has the right color to represent this car's era, and a quality respray later in life means the kind of luster you want in a sunshine-friendly convertible. It gives this well-preserved drop-top 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 Z/28s were the top-of-the line, and they really represented the king of the hill nicely. Sharp-edge styling, dual power bulges in the hood, updated ground effects, and the convertible's special integrated rear spoiler give this a terrific presence. And the 15-inch alloys are even color-matched to the car. The total look is a sleek and sharp Camaro that represents the best of its generation.
The clean black canvas of the convertible roof has a tasteful look against the sleek teal paint. When you take it down, the darkness continues while being joined by a distinct gray on the seats. In fact, you'll really love how this comfy velour won't sizzle your legs on the sunny days. It makes for a great driver's classic, especially with all the loaded features. You have power windows, power locks, a tilt steering column, cruise control, a driver's airbag, and a rare factory AM/FM/CD stereo. We know you'll love driving with the top down, but when inclement weather strikes the factory air conditioning is blowing cold with modern R134a refrigerant. The stick shift feels grippy in your hands, and the tilt steering column gives you a clear view to the full gauge package with large speedo and tach. It's the kind of convertible that makes you want to get in a drive, and so this car's overall appeal goes far beyond the 25th Anniversary badge on the dash.
The engine bay looks just as nicely presented as the rest of the car. Good maintenance of the essentials is combined with carefully preserved components (even the factory decals are still bright!) But we know you want this for more than just for its preservation. The numbers-matching 305 cubic-inch fuel injected V8 is a great power package for reliable delivery and tons of torque. Best of all, you have complete control over it thanks to the five-speed manual transmission - a true rarity in these 3rd gen Camaros. Plus, this is a great total package with power steering, front disc brakes, wide BF Goodrich tires, and sway bars front & rear.
This is a terrifically presented version of a loaded and important drop-top Camaro. So at this affordable price, you need to hurry. Call now!
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