800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Concord, North Carolina
Fast, fun, and seriously sinister, this 1993 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 is a great way to usher in the new era of classics with its low mileage V8 power, and modern A/C comfort. That's why you know paired with its level of exceptional affordability, its only going to last a short time.
This was the first year of the fourth-generation Camaro, and we can easily say this led in the sleekest era in the icon's history. The shark-like low nose, smooth fender flares, and well-integrated spoiler come together to make a memorable car from the moment you leave the driveway. So the inaugural year gives it the kind of significance that's likely why it has been so well cared for over the decades. The factory original black paint still retains a great clearcoat shine that looks sinister in the daylight, and it will reflect every neon sign during midnight cruising. And like any good American car, it still has some nice brightwork. But now that's reserved for the propeller-like factory alloys that were special to the Z28s.
This Camaro has barely averaged over 2,100 miles annually, and low mileage means little seat time. That's why the carpets, door panels, and the dash are immaculate, and the back seats have never seen a child's sticky fingers. The two-tone black and gray cloth bucket seats do a great job of continuing the car's sinister attitude, while also providing modern comfort. And speaking of modern, you also get great safety features like dual airbags and anti-lock brakes. Plus, this has all the right premium features like power windows, power locks, cruise control, and modern R134a air condition for easy servicing. The stereo has been upgraded to an AM/FM/CD unit that even has an auxiliary input for your iPod. So while you might be getting this one ready for classic car insurance, the features list tells you it's a truly modern machine.
A modern classic also means modern fuel-injected power. This is the top-of-the-line 350 cubic-inch V8 that was shared with the contemporary Corvette. The Gen II LT1 motor was rated at 275 hp for this Z/28, and since this Camaro is such a nicely preserved survivor, of course the engine is numbers-matching. Also, when you pop the hood, you'll see that this V8 has been treated to meticulous maintenance. So it looks great right down to the factory decals. More advantages of a modern classic include the convenience of a four-speed automatic, which provides enough gears to be quick off the line, as well as cruise comfortably on the highway, and the optional limited slip rear end is a worthwhile addition for all driving conditions. Plus, this Z/28 has the benefit of four-wheel disc brakes, power steering, and grippy BF Goodrich gForce tires.
Complete with the full owner's manual packet, you're looking at a future classic that's dressed in everyone's favorite shade of gloss black. Oh yeah, we see the potential in this one, too. So we're sure it won't stay long at such a nice price. Call now!!