A guy who works for me owns a black IROC-Z. Until he showed me his car, I wasn't really into cars at all. John's car changed all that. Within a couple of weeks, I knew I needed a hot car too. I started looking for a car that suited me, but I kept going back to John's black IROC, so that's what I decided I wanted. One day at work, he told me about an older friend of his who was selling a red IROC that he had bought brand new. He had arthritis in his knees, and it was getting worse. There was no way he could drive a stick shift car anymore. Since he hardly ever drove the car anyhow, he decided it was time to sell it. The car had been kept in a heated garage under a car cover, and never driven in rain or snow. It only had about 15,000 miles on it since new. It looked and drove like a new car. He wanted it to go to a good home, and John put in a good word for me. I don't drive it very often either - it's strictly a good weather pleasure car, just like it was for the old guy who sold it to me.
ive always been obsessed with the 2nd Gen. camaros and when i saw this car i fell in love with it. I had to coax an old friend into letting me buy it from him, it took some time but he finnaly gave in. 1,500$ later and a new window motor and this car was ready to go! ive never had a problem with it. I recently drove it from georgia to texas, a 18 hour drive, due to how old it was with 74k on the dash,i was transferring to italy at the time so i had to drive it the distance, and to tell the truth i was rather nervous traveling from Georgia to Texas but it made it all in one trip.
this car shows what a true chevy is all about!
i have big plans for this car in the future once im done with the military.
Multi-Port Fuel Injected 305 V-8
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It's loaded! I don't know what was standard and what was optional on IROC-Z's. It does have T-Tops.
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