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Sleek, powerful, and affordable, this 1998 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is the loaded, low-mileage T-top coupe that's also part of a new class of classics.
This is a great year to collect a Camaro. It was the final evolution of the 4th gen with an upgraded design and a more powerful V8 under the hood. So it's great to find one as well-preserved as this example. It has good body lines to show off the sleek curves and cool details like the upgraded headlights. The Bright Red paint has the look of stock. It has an even gloss that looks good in the sunshine, and you may want to give it a professional detail to really unlock what's beneath nearly a quarter-century of being in the world. But that should also remind you that this Camaro is getting ready to cross the 25-year mark, and that means it will begin being eligible for classic car registration/benefits in some states. There are fun details, like the custom rear window graphic announcing LS1 power, and the larger rear spoiler that's quite well integrated into the design. So it gives you some custom distinction without looking outrageous outside of stock.
The interior has an impressive style that's loaded, and it shows an exceptional preservation car that has averaged under 1,300 miles annually. That means a supple feel to the leather seats, a smooth dash, nice door panels, and an overall inviting atmosphere. It's loaded with what you really want, like power windows, power locks, keyless entry, a power driver's seat, cup holder center console, a tilt steering column, the factory AM/FM/cassette stereo, dual airbags, and anti-lock brakes. The T-tops fit into the holders in the trunk, and the cold-blowing air conditioning means you'll happily take them out every sunny day.
The 5.7-liter LS1 V8 was an upgrade that made these an instant classic, and it has the clean look of a respected low-mileage car. With 305 horsepower right out of the box, this is a fuel-injected speed machine. A coupe like this was built to offer the right balance of performance and comfort. It starts with the four-speed automatic transmission. This is quick with a kick-down to release the power, and it's also happy to cruise on the highway in overdrive. Plus, cruise control and power steering make the long haul easy. And the four-wheel disc brakes and sway bars front & rear are great to open up the backroads.
The moment you drive this one, you can feel the solid feeling that tells you this has been given the right respect. So if you're looking for a true classic that delivers true performance - all without breaking the bank - call today!
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