1986 Chevrolet CUSTOM Camaro Z28 IROC

1986 Chevrolet Camaro

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Camaro
Type: Coupe
Trim: Z28 IROC Coupe
Year: 1986
Mileage: 3,000
VIN: 1G1FP87F4GN181446
Color: Blue
Engine: 360
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed
Item location: Green Bay, Wisconsin, United States
Extras
Power Locks, Power Windows
Ttops, Cowl Induction Hood, CD Player, Leather Seats
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Description for Chevrolet Camaro 1986

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While it was nearly a 6 year build and well over $14,000 in parts invested alone, it is time for this amazing car to find it's new happy home. Please note that this car has only been shown at 1 car show in the state of Wisconsin so almost completely unseen to the area car show scene. Spent its previous years in IL. Please note I am only selling this beautiful and awesome car to help fund my growing business.
1986 Camaro Z284 bolt main Chevy 350 bored over .6010/1 CompressionUpdated Leather Seats out of a 4th Gen CamaroLunati CamDart Aluminium ARP HeadsHarland Sharp Roller RockersQuick Fuel CarbDual Electric FansShorty Headers with 3" exhaustMagnaflow Exhaust (sounds incredible)Hurricane Single Plain IntakeMad Dogg Stage 3 700r4 Transmission (good up to 750 hp)Double Roller Timing ChainSub frame connectorsTubular rear control armsTubular Adjustable Panhard BarMSD Ignition, Tach adjuster, Distributor, Booster and WiresBlue Specter Air CleanerNew headliner surrounding the TTopsPower WindowsNew shocks for the rear hatch and Cowl Intake HoodUpgrade StereoUpgraded Steering WheelRepainted ~3 years ago and shows very, very nicely
The car was taken on an over 300 mile cruise this past weekend without any issues whatsoever. Since everything has been rebuilt, the car has less that 2,000 miles.Overall,in a fair market this car is likely worth $14k with everything completed already, only 3 past owners, rebuilt with everything top of the line and 65k miles on the original frame/body and less than 3k on the fully rebuilt suspension, driveline and interior. Classic cars in general are on the rise but finding this kind of a start for $11,000 is a great find for anyone.
As I mentioned, this is a completed project in my mind but could see where this could be the perfect mechanical start for whatever design ideas someone may have. While the paint is near perfect, you will find some examples in the below photos of small scratches hardly noticeable, a nick in the paint where the passenger side door was opened and caught the next car just on the tip of the mirror and two small quarter sized areas of slight bubbling beginning to show on the driver's side rear wheel well. If the car didn't sell this month, I was going to have the paint touched up and fix the small quarter size spot of bubbles and this was going to be less than $400.