1984 Chevy Camaro Z28 – The 1984 Camaro took off in popularity again in 1984, when 261,591 were made. This included more than 100,000 Z28’s as an all-time high never hit again. The Berlinetta gained the most attention in 1984 with its new “space-age instrumentation,” including digital readouts, a pivoting pedestal-mounted radio and dual adjustable fingertip control pods that could be moved close to the steering wheel. Buyers could enhance the interior of their Camaro Sport Coupe with an elegant new low-back seating option that came with adjustable head restraints. The stylish striped seat bolsters characterized the standard front reclining bucket seats. On the mechanical side, Cross-Fire injection was dropped, but the Z28 offered an optional 5.0-liter 190-hp H.O. (650-cfm) V8 engine (an emblem located on left side of rear bumper was marked “5.0 Liter H.O”). It came hooked to either a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission. This engine, introduced in the spring, was the most powerful carbureted engine offered in a 1984 Chevy. A hydraulic clutch was now used with all manual transmissions.
The 80’s era American sports cars are hot and we attribute their popularity to their iconic great looks. Now that they are all “classics” by the DMV in almost every state, you can benefit from inspection, registration, and insurance discounts. If you couple these great looks and discounts with excellent condition and you have an great addition to any garage! The paint and body are in excellent condition on this Z28 with no signs of any bodywork. The interior is obviously custom and we love the use of period correct colors and “CAMARO” font. The motor is a recently installed crate 350 with under 1k miles that performed nicely on our 30 mile test drive. A complete list of features and options includes; 5.7L V8, 5 Speed Manual, Tachometer, Power Windows/Locks, Kenwood CD, Custom Interior, A/C, Center Console Storage, Cruise Control, Owners Manual, Rear Window Defrost, Kenwood AM/FM/CD (w/ remote), Tinted Windows, Tilt Steering, Tire Tools, Spare Tire, 15″ Factory Rally Wheels, and New BF Goodrich 245/60/R15 Tires! Finding a well maintained classic vehicle under $20k is getting harder and harder. With only 95k original miles, low miles on the rebuilt motor, and excellent cosmetic condition … this is definitely an investment to take advantage of for only $18,900!