800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1998 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is a one-owner, loaded T-top V8 modern classic. So as you dig into all the details, you're going to be how impressed something so distinctive can also be so affordable.
This was the first year for the new face of the 4th gen Camaro. It's a more streamlined look that delivers on distinction. Plus, the Mystic Teal Metallic is the perfect 1990s color that defines the decade without looking out of place in modern times. You'll understand this the moment you lay eyes on how good the factory-correct paint still looks today. It's all part of the care you get with a one-owner car that has the kind of low mileage that tells you this may have been enjoyed, but it was no daily driver. And this one really does have all the best factory features of the era: from the well-integrated spoiler, to the high polish 16-inch alloys.
Open the door to more distinction. The gray cloth interior has textured inserts in the seats and doors to give this the same kind of noteworthy appearance as the houndstooth of the '69 Camaros. Because this one-owner car has been treated with respect, this original interior still look great today. So you'll love taking out the T-tops so everyone can get a good look at it all. But beyond just a stellar appearance, this is loaded with the kind of features you look for in a new car today. It includes a power driver's seat, power windows, alarm, tilt steering column, cup holder, dual airbags, ABS, and the premium Monsoon AM/FM/cassette stereo with CD changer. Since the air conditioning is blowing nice and cold, feel free to enjoy this with the T-tops open long into the summer or closed off when it is a bit too warm for the outside air.
The 5.7-liter LS1 V8 was an upgrade that made these an instant classic, and it has the original powerplant under the hood. With 305 horsepower right out of the box, this a fuel-injected speed machine. More than just pure power, a Camaro like this has 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. It feeds a GM performance rear end with Positraction and traction control. Plus, cruise control and power steering make the long haul easy. The four-wheel disc brakes and sway bars front & rear are great to open up the backroads.
The sale comes with all the right paperwork, including the original window sticker, warranty card, owner's manual, service manuals, and maintenance records. Even the correct sun shades come with the T-tops. That's what you get with a well-respected modern classic. So you know you need to hurry up on a deal like this. Call now!
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