Camaro IROC Z/28
902 Actual Mile Camaro Z/28 IROC 305 V8 5 Speed
- 902 original miles
- Fully documented survivor
- LG4 305 V8
- Borg Warner 5-speed manual
- 10-bolt / 3.23 gears
- Museum quality
So, you loved our clean, low mileage IROC-Z convertible from last week, but you'd rather have the stiffer handling of a coupe, and you'd rather NOT ride around in 'write me a ticket' red paint? No worries, we have just the car for you! As the latest in a series of pristine third generation Camaros we've featured over the past three weeks, this all-business black, 902 mile (no, I didn't leave any digits out, the car actually has less than 1K miles!) 1986 IROC-Z is a fully documented survivor which features a stout small block V8 and a highly desirable 5-speed transmission. Whether you're a savvy investor that knows a great opportunity when you see it; or just a hardcore Camaro fan that's been searching for some nice, investment grade metal, this 1986 IROC-Z is a car that you can buy now, enjoy for ten years and thank us for when you make a nice return.
I'll begin by breaking down the original window sticker which is included with the sale:
1986 Camaro 2-door Z28 sport coupe: $11,902
* LG4 5.0 liter (305 cubic inch) V8 engine with a 4-barrel carburetor
* 5-speed manual transmission
* Steel belted white letter radial ply tires
* Freedom Plus II battery
* Power front disc and rear drum brake system
* Fluidic windshield washers
* Sport mirrors - left hand remote and right hand manual
* Cigarette lighter
* Folding rear seat
* Inside hood release
* High energy ignition system
* Reclining front bucket seats
* Quartz digital clock
* AM radio with dual front speakers
* Carpeted floor, load floor and stowage well
* Body-color soft front and rear fascia
* Power steering ($00)
* Power pull-down hatch ($00)
* Color-keyed seats and shoulder belts ($00)
* Right hand visor vanity mirror ($00)
* Gage package with tach ($00)
* Aluminum wheels ($00)
* Special sport suspension ($00)
* Rear spoiler ($00)
* Leather wrapped steering wheel ($00)
* Front air dam and rocker extensions ($00)
* AR9: CQQ2 gray cloth bucket ($28)
* A01: Tinted glass ($115)
* B34: Carpeted front floor mats ($20)
* B35: Carpeted rear floor mats ($15)
* B4K: Electronically tuned AM/FM stereo radio with seek, scan, digital clock and ERSS ($197)
* B4Z: IROC-Z performance package ($659)
* C49: Electric rear window defogger ($145)
* C60: Air conditioning ($750)
* G80: Limited slip differential ($100)
* J65: Power disc front and rear brakes ($179)
* LG4: 5.0 liter (305 cubic inch) V8 with a 4-barrel carburetor ($00)
* MM5: Five-speed manual transmission ($00)
* N33: Comfortilt steering wheel ($115)
* QDZ: P245/50VR-16 steel belted black wall radials ($00)
* Z28: Camaro Z28 sport coupe ($00)
* 41U: Black ($00)
TOTAL OPTIONS: $2,323
DESTINATION CHARGE: $414
TOTAL VEHICLE PRICE: $14,639
Assembled in Van Nuys, California and delivered to Van Chevrolet in Shawnee Mission, Kansas this pristine 1986 Camaro IROC-Z is possibly the nicest third generation F-body survivor we've ever featured. It's original GM code 41 Black basecoat/clearcoat paint looks factory fresh in every way and is an excellent example of just how surprisingly good GMs assembly techniques were during their darkest hours of reliability. Naturally, since the car has been stored indoors all its life, rarely driven, and likely has not seen any rain at all, its bodywork presents as new in every way. The all original body panels display factory correct fit and finish, and the cars infamous 'mile long' doors are rattle-free and close with ease. Today, with its chiseled panels, jet black paint and silver IROC-Z war decals, this awesome Camaro looks like it was born to do two things: go fast and kick ass.
Top of the line F3 Camaros are timeless designs which have influenced everything from sporty Japanese cars to Chevrolet's current global design language. And by the time this IROC-Z hit the production line, the F-body had matured into a great looking sports car which had no problem speaking for itself. At the front of the car, a showroom fresh plastic bumper props a clean F3 Camaro emblem between four clear headlights which are recessed into satin black buckets. Below those headlights, a rectangular, Camaro branded grille centers bright fog lights between clear parking lights which feature cool dynamic lenses. On top of the hood, aggressive black louvers flow toward tinted factory glass which swaps traditional, high maintenance T-tops for a body stiffening hardtop roof. At the sides of the car, a clean, monochromatic appearance is enhanced by black flip up door handles, body-matched sport mirrors, arrow-straight belt trim, sculpted rocker extensions with gray “Z28” decals and chip-free “IROC-Z” call outs. And at the back of the car, a slick looking ducktail spoiler rides between an externally mounted center high mount stop lamp, and a blacked out rear valence that hangs fresh tri-color tail lights above a “Z28” branded bumper.
In 1986, Chevrolet gave its buyers a myriad of choices when it came to F-body powertrains. The LG4 305 found in this IROC-Z churned out a very impressive 240 lb./ft. of torque which provided snappy acceleration and helped establish the Camaro as the undisputed king of the pony cars. Everyone who was alive during the 80s knows what a reliable powerhouse GMs 305 was, and anyone who is a car guy now knows that the sky is the limit with the massive, relatively affordable aftermarket support these engines enjoy. Wearing just over 900 original miles, this cars pristine small block is completely unmodified and everything remains in factory-original condition with all the original markings, decals, and tags still everywhere they should be. Judging by how clean the engine bay is, it's highly unlikely that this car has ever seen a drop of rain, and there's no sign of corrosion on any of the metal parts, the plastic components aren't brittle from heat soaking, and the wiring is as-new. Turn the key, and the familiar sound of a modern small block Chevrolet rumbles through the pipes as the engine fires up instantly and settles into a characteristic Camaro gait.
The bottom of this evil looking IROC-Z, is a well-preserved time capsule which appears to be original all the way down to its four 245/50 Goodyear Eagle VR50s tires and stylized 16 inch aluminum wheels. The cars chassis and floors are in exceptional condition thanks to original undercoating and, of course, very limited street time. And all the factory bits and pieces for the optional Macpherson strut and three link special sports suspension are still exactly where the factory left them. Behind the small block engine, an original Borg Warner 5-speed manual transmission sends power to an original 10 bolt Posi-traction rear end with excellent 3.23 street gears. Behind the wheels, optional power four wheel disc brakes provide quick and precise stops. And it's highly likely that, since this Camaro has been driven less than 1,000 miles, it still wears an original clutch and original factory pads and rotors. Exhaust is handled by an OEM GM system which features a transversely mounted rear muffler with dual outlets; and aesthetically, there's no sign that this car has done anything except live a pampered life in a heated garage with an occasional exercise session to keep everything healthy and fit.
In excellent condition throughout, this cool IROCs all original gray interior presents no staining or fading and looks just as good as when the car rolled out of its Kansas showroom. Like the exterior and engine bay, everything is in 100% OEM condition and the gray power front and fixed rear bucket seats look good and feel great. Above the seats, an original gray headliner is stretched tight across the cars roof; and at the sides of the seats, horizontally stitched vinyl door panels hold warp-free arm above manual window cranks. At the center of the interior, a pristine console holds buttons for the cars climate control and Delco audio systems just in front of a simple black 5-speed shifter. And in front of the driver, a super straight dash hangs a mandatory “Z28 IROC-Z” emblem beside crystal clear gauges and a pristine three spoke factory steering wheel. At the bottom of the seats, original gray carpet perfectly matches the cars amazing, low mileage; and behind the cockpit, the cars showroom fresh hatch affords just enough space for an afternoon stop at the driving range. This pristine IROC-Z is essentially a new 1986 Camaro. The AC blows cold, the radio works perfectly, the windows go up and down, and it's every bit the car you would have received from the dealer 26 years ago.
As you would expect from a pristine, museum quality collector piece, this awesome car comes with an original build sheet, an original dealer invoice, its original window sticker (which is still attached to the window), and original dealership pamphlets.
We continue to believe in clean F3 Camaros as smart investments, and recent trends show the prices of the nicest examples on a steady rise. Highly optioned and packing a potent V8, 5-speed drivetrain combination, this 1986 Camaro IROC-Z has all the right ingredients to become a hot future collectible. It's an incredible low-mileage time capsule which has been extremely well preserved and is the perfect car for any serious collector or investor. Buy it, enjoy it and watch its value grow year by year!
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