1991 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 66871 Miles White Coupe 5.7 Liter TPI V8 Automatic

1991 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28

Technical specifications of Chevrolet Camaro 1991

Price: US $14,995.00
Condition: Used
Item location: Local pick-up only
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
SubModel: Z/28
Type: Coupe
Trim: Z/28
Year: 1991
Mileage: 66,871
VIN: 1G1FP2382ML123816
Color: White
Engine size: 5.7 Liter TPI V8
Power options: --
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Gray
Options: --
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

There are a few cool facts about this slick 1991 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28. One, it packs the optional 5.7 liter L98 V8 and two, it costs less today that it did when it was new. Nicely maintained, this really is your chance to experience the third-gen F-body you've always wanted. This really was the top of the food chain back in the early '90s, a bright white Z/28. Sure, the Corvettes might have been faster but a 'Vette was your... dad's car. No, this Camaro had it going on in 1991 and if you owned one, you were truly The Man. With that lowered stance and a cowl-induction hood, it has a slightly custom look that works rather well, and that's a late spoiler out back that makes it look even more aggressive. Updated ground effects kept the Z's identity intact but smoothed things out a bit, and that deep chin spoiler hasn't been abused by tall curbs or steep driveways and still looks great. Fit and finish in '90 were pretty darned good (after all, they'd been making these cars for a decade at that point) and it was repainted in 2016, so it shines up beautifully and looks remarkably straight even by today's standards. Black stripes are used to great effect, reminding you that this is a top-of-the-line Camaro, not a secretary's car. Gray vinyl bucket seats do a pretty good impersonation of leather and the reasonably aggressive bolsters are pretty good at holding you in place. By 1991, airbags were standard equipment, so it was a lot easier to get comfortable in the convertible and the grippy seats and leather-wrapped wheel are certainly appropriate for a car that can corner like this one. There's some wear that's commensurate with the car's age, but you can tell that someone took good care of it for the past 27 years. Camaros came loaded with features, but this one also includes options like A/C, power windows and locks, cruise control, power driver's seat, and an AM/FM/cassette stereo. The gauges show big yellow markings that give the Camaro a unique look from behind the wheel. The back seat is in excellent shape, and while the trunk is not exactly spacious, it's usefully shaped for overnight bags on a road trip. The Corvette's 5.7-liter Tuned Port Injection L98 V8 was optional equipment in the Z/28 and only came with the 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission, making for a car with a bit of a split personality. Drive it gently, and it's happy to trundle through traffic without a complaint. But stomp on the loud pedal and it reacts with a stout torque curve that can light up the tires almost at will. Aside from a set of headers, the engine bay is quite stock, a rarity on one of the most modifiable cars ever created, and it has been properly maintained so no worries about a car that has been laid up for decades needing major service. The underside is pretty clean, although this is a car that has been driven, so keep your expectations modest. Chrome 18-inch IROC-style alloy wheels look fantastic and they fat low-profile Goodyear radials. You remember when these were the apex predators on the street, and while some think that things have changed, maybe they haven't. This car is a lot of fun to drive. Call today!

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