800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1996 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 has an eager V8, six-speed, and upgraded suspension that lets this live up to its dark and aggressive style. But when you also take the time to see a full package with a loaded A/C interior, this T-top coupe really proves just how much of an awesome all-around driver it is.
This Camaro is a true classic, but it's also a terrific performance car. After all, the shark-like low nose, smooth body lines, aerodynamic sides, and well-integrated spoiler come together to make a memorable car from the moment you leave the driveway. This one certainly looks as means-as-midnight with the black paint and deeply tinted windows. The Z/28 is a driver's icon, and overall, this is very much a driver-quality example. So the good body lines and bright chrome wheels make this a fine base if you decide you want to use the value price to invest in a respray or other upgrades. But what driver-quality also means is that it's driver-ready, and that's the real heart of the appeal here. As you look over the full package, you'll see investments to make this more powerful and a shaper handler, and that makes for a car that was really made to be enjoyed.
The T-tops are always a big allure. After all, there's no better way to have a coupe when you need it, but be open to the world anytime you want. And because you can open this up to the world, the gray velour seating is even more desirable because it won't sizzle your legs on hot days. It's part of that driver-ready attitude that we love in this car. It's also loaded with the best features like power windows, power locks, cruise control, power steering, electric rear window defogger, dual airbags, a premium AM/FM/CD stereo by Bose, and cold-blowing air conditioning. So while you might be getting this one ready for classic car insurance, the features list tells you it's a truly modern machine.
Under the hood is the 5.7-liter LT1 V8. This fuel-injected powerhouse earned a big reputation for stout power in cars like this Z/28 and the Corvette. But with added time means people have learned to unlock even more power. It was given some help by RaceCraft, including a GM performance camshaft, an updated head, and long tube headers So while it's unknown if the odometer reflects the car's actual mileage, you can also see it has been given plenty of investments to keep it feeling fresh and stronger. And, per the owner, the manual transmission was given an upgraded flywheel and clutch. It feeds a 4.10 rear end to give you full control of the motor and powerful take-offs. Upgraded bracing, DeCarbon front shocks, KYB rear units, upgraded sway bars, and stronger rear control arms all make for a solid handling package. And you also have four-wheel power disc brakes with slotted rotors to give you superior stopping power.
This is the mean-looking and powerful modern classic that loves to be a true driver. So if you've been looking for the right mix of attitude and affordability, you know you want this upgraded Z/28. Call now!
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