ONE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA OWNER ZERO RUST 5.7 IROC Z W A/C
- Condition: Used
- Make: Chevrolet
- Model: Camaro
- SubModel: Z28 IROC Z
- Type: Coupe
- Trim: White on Grey Cloth
- Year: 1988
- Mileage: 119,213
- VIN: 1G1FP2182JL150898
- Color: White
- Engine size: 5.7 Ltr.
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: FWD
- Interior color: Gray
- Safety options: Anti-Lock Brakes
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1988 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 IROC Z
1988 CALIFORNIA GROWN
NEVER LEFT SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
She only has 119213 miles on her.
What that means is: 4,257.067 Miles per year
354.723 Miles per month
88.352 Miles per week
12.761 Miles a day
The Chevrolet contingent anted up their new Corvette-powered missile, the 5.7-liter IROC-Z. This car was scheduled for mid-1986 production for the express purpose of wresting the pony-car acceleration crown away from the Mustang V-8.
In its IROC application, the ram-tuned, fuel-injected Corvette powerplant is rated at 220 hp. It is backed up by a four-speed automatic transmission, because a manual gearbox hefty enough to handle the engine's torque won't fit.
(This keeps the 5.7-liter IROC in the desired EPA weight class.) Because of the complexities of certifying this engine-and-car combination, only 1000 big-engined Camaros were scheduled for 1986 production. Going to so much trouble for so few cars indicates just how badly Chevrolet wants revenge.
The Camaro was almost as light on options as the Mustang, but it did not lack for attention to detail. Our test car's metallic-red paint sparkled with a world-class polish job, and its throbbing exhaust suggested that its engine had been handpicked for battle. All was ready.
“The IROC-Z puts its energy to the ground with just the right amount of wheelspin to let the engine quickly reach the meat of its power band.”
In fact, it was excellent controllability that gave the IROC-Z its big advantage at Willow Springs. The Z's nearly neutral cornering balance and ability to segue smoothly from understeer to oversteer made driving on the track easy. In long, sweeping corners, it was a cinch to choose a line and set the car's attitude by gently caressing the throttle. Upon exiting the bend, more power, along with a bit of opposite steering lock, kept the Z pointed in the desired direction without breaking traction at the rear wheels.
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ONE LAST THING...
IF YOU DO NOT HAVE CONTROL OF THE FINANCES AND YOUR WIFE TELLS YOU WHAT YOU CAN AND CAN NOT BUY.....
PLEASE CLEAR IT WITH HER BEFORE YOU PICK UP THE PHONE AND WASTE BOTH OUR TIMES. :)
I HAVE LEARNED.....
"IT IS FAR BETTER TO DIE ON YOUR FEET THAN LIVE ON YOUR KNEES"
1988 CALIFORNIA GROWN
“BECAUSE, LIFE AIN'T A DO-OVER”