For sale is a 1989 Camaro in amazing condition. It is a true numbers matching Iroc-z Z28. Vin and codes match up. Numbers matching and original 5.7 350 engine! Very rare to find!!!!
It is all original and has the highly sought after, rare 5.7L 350 V8 Tuned Port engine in it.
Most made had the 305 V8 that always overheats, or the V6. And most today have rebuilt carborated frankenstein engines with high mileage or swapped out engines from other cars.
This is a true survivor of time.
Has only 108,000 ORIGINAL MILES.
Runs mint, i daily drive it. turn key and go.
Does not run hot or overheat.
Recently drove the car to new jersey and back (two and a half hours each way) with no issues.
Has T-TOPS that do not leak.
Original iroc rims with center caps!
4 wheel disk brakes.
Has brand new exhaust that sounds amazing.
New shocks, struts, rods, brakes, alternator, & belt
Completely clean and rust-free underneath the car.
HAS HEAT, AIR CONDITIONING, POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS, SEATS, AND POWER HATCH STILL WORKS! Very hard to find a 3rd gen Camaro with a working power hatch.
Also has original leather T-Top bag in the back as well as a car cover custom made for this car and rubber chevy floor mats.
I am the 3rd owner of the car. Previous owner had it kept in a heated garage and babied the car. I bought it with 80k miles on it.
If you love Camaros and classic cars, then this car is for you. Really fun car. And it's not just a toy, can be an everyday driver also. It is currently my everyday driver and it is super reliable and is a great car. Just like it was back in 1989.
GREAT SUMMER CAR WITH THE T TOPS OFF ON A NICE SUNNY DAY!
*Brand new tires 4/3/13 cost me almost $900! Tires are rated for 180mph and the speedometer goes up to 145mph so tires can withstand high speeds! Tread is perfect.
The car isnt 100% perfect but its better than any other 3rd gen for sale in terms of looks and performance. The car is super reliable. It has the original 5.7 350 engine and the vin and all the rpo codes match up its a real iroc z28 with all the options. I just drove the car to jersey and back 2 and a half hours each way and had no problems. The car drives 100% and is very smooth for a camaro due to new shocks and tires. No rust under the car. The paint is shiny, not dull or faded. Only issue is theres chips in the front mostly on plastic bumpers and a spot on pass side door in middle cant see from far away. On the inside the drivers seat has a tear on the side but its an original power seat. And i took the gray headliner out cause it was sagging a little and i was going to put a black one in. Theres a custom shop in port jeff who will do the headliner for $200, i have his card i can give you. Other than that the interior is great. The power hatch, windows, mirrors, locks all work. The rims are the factory iroc rims and still have the center caps. If it wasnt for these little things then i would be selling for a lot more money. it's a steal at this price. If you are really serious about the car please give me a call or text me. Thank you.
CLEAN NY STATE TITLE IN HAND READY TO GO
PLEASE DO NOT WASTE MY TIME MESSAGING ME WILL LOW-BALL OFFERS. IF YOU DON'T HAVE THE CASH THEN GO BUY A THIRD GEN CAMARO THAT OVERHEATS AND HAS A 305 ENGINE. THIS HAS THE FACTORY TUNED PORT INJECTION 5.7 350 ENGINE AND DOES NOT RUN HOT OR OVERHEAT. PLEASE DONT COME SEE THE CAR AND WASTE MY TIME IF YOU DONT HAVE CASH. I'M A NICE PERSON BUT PLEASE DON'T WASTE MY TIME. NO TEST DRIVES UNLESS YOU HAVE THE MONEY. I DON'T WANT TO WASTE MY GAS EITHER. THANKS.
NADAGUIDES values a 1989 camaro iroc with ttops, 5.7 engine, factory a/c and 107k miles at $3795 for low retail (bad condition), $6,415 average retail (average), and $13,110 high retail (super clean) According to that mine is worth around $7,500-$8,000. I just want to sell it since im using the money for down payment on brand new car so im not asking full worth and looking to cash out. So please don't low ball me with a really low offer since what im asking is way under what the car is worth just because im trying to sell and low prices attract more buyers.
PLEASE CALL 631-294-8216 TO SEE THE CAR IF YOU ARE LOCAL.
FOR THIS PRICE YOU'RE GETTING A LIMITED PRODUCTION CLASSIC THAT WILL ONLY GO UP IN VALUE!!!!!!
(Buy it now cost $5 so i did not want to choose that...Buy it now is $5,500 obo.)
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Road salt use in these midwestern and northern states can lead to corrosion of the driver's door module on these GMT360 and GMT370 vehicles, which allows water to come in contact with the circuit board. If shorted out, the vehicle's power door locks and power windows will not work, and could possibly lead to overheating and, in some circumstances, a fire. No official word on how many total vehicles caught on fire, but back in June, 28 fires had been reported to the government agency. A fix for the problem is still being worked out, but all affected vehicle owners will be notified by GM.
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