Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1997 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 balances an exceptionally mean all-dark attitude with a very nice well-respected presentation. So you'll love everything from the T-tops, to the loaded A/C interior, to the fuel-injected V8 power on this low-mileage modern classic.
These fourth-gen Camaro looks awesome in a sleek black. This factory-original application upholds a terrific shine, so the sunlight loves to highlight the long profile, integrated rear spoiler, and deeply sloping front end that funnels all your attention to the sharply pointed nose. This all looks so crisp because this is a well-respected coupe that has averaged less than 2,400 miles annually. And while the darkness is appealing, there's also some aggressive details, like the blood red Z/28 badges, bright quad exhaust tips, and an upgrade to polished Corvette Z06-style wheels.
Inside the dark attitude continues. The low mileage give this a fresh and clean appearance that you want in a modern classic. In fact, the interior looks so good against the dark exterior, that you'll love running with the T-tops out. And the cold-blowing air conditioning means you can do this and stay comfortable even in the summertime. It's loaded with more features like power driver's seat, power windows, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, tilt steering column, cruise control, cup holder center console, AM/FM/CD stereo, dual airbags, and anti-lock brakes. You even have the factory block-out panels for the glass T-tops. It's details like this that reinforce the well-respected attitude of this coupe.
The engine bay continues this car's look of a well-maintained stock classic. The 350 cubic-inch LT1 is numbers-matching to the car, and it's the one to have. After all, this fuel-injected powerhouse was the one that really helped establish a new dimension for Chevy's iconic small block power. And you really get to show this one off with pride because everything is crisp, right down to the decals. The Flowmaster dual exhaust makes the kind of sweet sound that will have you driving with the windows down at all times. So while this is a low-mileage machine, we know you won't be able to resist adding to the odometer. After all, the four-speed automatic transmission is engineered for quick kick-downs into power as well as overdrive comfort. And you have power steering, sway bars front & rear, four-wheel power disc brakes, and grippy modern BF Goodrich gForce tires.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the modern classic that was built with the right features and maintained to make sure it's all still great today. Call now!!!
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