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A 1997 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 convertible is always an attractive idea. But when you see that this is a loaded and low mileage V8 droptop is available for such an affordable price, you'll realize this slick red machine is irresistible.
Chevrolet built a terrific-looking sports car with this generation Camaro. The aggressively pointed nose, sleek profile, and well-integrated rear spoiler all come together for a look that is unmistakably speedy. And since this example has averaged less than 1,400 miles annually, the sheetmetal still looks terrific and upholds this smooth look. It also helps that the Bright Red paint is believed to be the original application, and it still retains a nice luster. Not only does a red Camaro convertible feel like a great symbol of the open road, but also this is a well-coordinated package. With the top in place, the black roof matches the headlight surrounds, grille, and Z/28 badging for a very uniform dark side.
1997 was the 30th anniversary of the Camaro, and the seatbacks up front are embossed to remind everyone. This interior is highly original, and it was built just the way you want it. After all, the black trim coordinates with the exterior, and the gray cloth seats are exactly what you want whenever hopping in on a hot day. And it all looks exceptionally preserved. Plus, this is loaded with all the best factory features, including power locks, keyless entry, tilt wheel, power mirrors, cruise control, dual airbags, and the factory AM/FM/CD stereo. The power windows and power convertible top means you never have to leave the driver's seat to go from enclosed comfort to a wind-in-your-hair experience. And with the air conditioning blowing nice and cold, you get to enjoy this experience even in the summertime.
A modern classic means modern fuel-injected power. The Z/28 package gave you a 350 cubic-inch V8 that was shared with the Corvette. The Gen II LT1 motor was rated at 285 hp for the Z/28, and since this Camaro is a preserved survivor, of course the engine is numbers-matching. In fact, because you're going to talk about how much of a survivor this car is, you'll love showing off the exceptionally clean engine bay with all the factory decals still in place. 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. Plus, this Z/28 has the benefit of four-wheel disc brakes, power steering, and sway bars front & rear.
Complete with owner's manual, this is a low mileage Camaro droptop done just the way you want. So when a looker is also so obtainable, you know you need to hurry to grab this deal. Call today!!!
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