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1986 Chevrolet Camaro Z 28 Iroc Z 5.0 305 TPI 4 Spd Automatic Dark Red Metallic

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
SubModel: Iroc Z
Type: Coupe
Trim: 2 DR
Year: 1986
Mileage: 100,335
VIN: 1g1fp87f4gn181835
Color: Dark Red Metallic
Engine: 305 TPI
Cylinders: 8
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Gray
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Mount Vernon, Ohio, United States

1986 Chevrolet Camaro Iroc Z Additional Info:


1986 Chevrolet Camaro Iroc Z
305ci V8, Tuned Port Injection, 4 spd Automatic, 100,335 miles

Up for sale is a 1986 Iroc Z I took in on a trade. It needs a few things, but overall, it looks really good. The parts needed to get it back on the road are relatively inexpensive. It wouldn't take much to make it a real head turner. If I had more room and time, I would build this one myself. The third gen Camaros are becoming more collectible and their value is increasing. Now is the time to grab one!
The description is long, but please read to the end. I'm thinking of a number... make me an offer!
The car has been sitting for 5 years (see pictures). I have never driven it on the road, but I start it a few times a year and move it around. The engine runs, sounds pretty good, and doesn't smoke. The battery will start the car once charged, but it doesn't hold a charge for very long . The transmission will pull in all the forward gears and goes into reverse. The electric fan comes on, but the temperature gauge isn't hooked up. The alternator looks like it has been replaced. The coolant overflow bottle has a crack in the top corner, but it is not in a place where it will leak out. The previous owner removed the pollution control system and all the air conditioning parts from under the hood (except for the condenser) and broke the A/C evaporator/blower motor housing in the process. The factory exhaust manifolds were replaced with headers. There is a newer Y pipe which looks to be about 2 1/2" with a straight through muffler attached where the catalytic converter would be - this is where the exhaust stops. The air filters are K&N. The rear drums and front discs appear to have been replaced. The tires have quite a bit of tread and hold air, but are somewhat old. The wheels are in nice shape, but are missing the center caps. A couple of the sway bar links are broken.
The interior is exceptionally nice for a 30 year old car (see pictures). The seats are all in good shape except for a small 1/2" slit in the side of the driver's seat back and some cracks to the piping. The carpet is decent, but could use a good cleaning. All the plastic trim looks to be in good shape as well as the headliner. The power door locks attempt to work and will jump a little when activated; I think the mechanisms inside the doors might need lubricated. The power windows, interior lights, hatch release, and rear hatch motor all work. The leather was removed from the steering wheel. The radio powers on and the display works, but the only sound you hear is static. The dash pad has a crack in it but is still nice. The center console lid has a crack in the vinyl and the latch is broken. Both door top rails have cracks in the plastic toward the front, but I have salvage yard replacements. The spare tire and accessories are missing.
The car does have a little rust, but it is not a rust bucket (see pictures). A small area of the drivers side floor pan is rusted through at the kick panel/rocker seam and toe board, and there is some flaking to the passenger side and rear. Both of the rear inner wheelhouses have a small rust hole just in front of the tire. The spare tire well has rust at the wheelhouse seam. The doors have some rust along the bottoms. The hatch has some rust underneath. The bumper impact bar has rust. The battery tray is rusted through. There are some small blisters in the paint with surface rust in a couple places. The fenders, quarters, and outer door skins appear solid and straight. The paint is faded across the hood, roof, trunk lid and bumpers.
There is an upside down question mark shaped crack in the windshield on the drivers side which doesn't show up in the pictures. One of the fog lights is cracked. The hood does not stay up on its own and will need new lift shocks.
Although the car runs and moves, it will need to be towed. The front to rear brake line is missing and plugged off at the master cylinder and rear valve. The front brakes do work and will stop the car.
If you need any additional pictures of the car, or have any questions, please email me.
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