If you are a Camaro enthusiast, collector, or Gen-Xer wanting a muscle car from your formative years, you won't be able to do much better than this.
This ultra -rare Z28 is optioned with black leather seats, including 6-way power driver's seat, factory CD stereo, power windows, mirrors, locks, and top, plus dual airbags and all the other standard equipment. It also comes with a complete set of hard tonneau cover pieces for the top when it's down, storage bag, owner's manuals, and copies of the original window sticker and buildsheet.
* In 1995, There were over 129,500 Camaros produced.
* Of those, only 2332 of them were 6-speed Z28 convertibles (1.8%)
* Of those 2332, only 95 of them were painted Dark Purple Metallic.
* And this one has only 9,400 (ninety four hundred) original miles.
* This car is truly showroom new--absolutely the cleanest example you will ever find.
The original paint on this car is simply outstanding, as the 100+ pictures clearly show. There aren't even any swirl marks in the paint from some heavy-handed dealership kid "going to town" on it when in for service. All 4 original floor mats are like new, and the AC blows ice cold. The factory wheels have zero curb rash. Tires are newer BF Goodrich Comp Sport TAs with 90% tread left. This thing is as close to showroom new as you will find. And the color is unique, beautiful, and takes on very different looks depending on the light and time of day.
Like any car, regardless of cost, miles, or age, it has a few (very few) signs of minor wear (very minor), and the only mods are a K&N drop-in CAI, and it was fitted with tinted light covers (removed but they go with the car). Finally, the car drives exactly like you would expect for having such low miles, and the sounds coming from the LT1 V8 will send you right back to 1995, especially with the top down. Speaking of which, it is in perfect shape, is almost completely silent when going up or down, and comes with a glass back window with defroster.
If you're looking for a fast, cheap, beater Camaro, this is NOT for you. But ask yourself this: If you could go back 25 years and buy a 1969 Camaro SS Convertible with a 4-speed, AC, a super rare color, and less than 10,000 original miles for the prices of that day, wouldn't you? The 90s collector market has really taken off in the past couple of years, and this car represents one of the best from that era.
Price Reduced to $18,900 obo.