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.
I've always loved these cars and in 1997 I had the opportunity to purchase this one with only 11,500 miles on it. I take it to shows only. It has won many trophies. It now has 14,500 miles. It is an all original car. Even the tires are original. This is probably one of the finest examples of a 1986 442 left in existence.
Multi-Port Fuel Injected 305 V-8
Engine size: 307
1/4 mile: Even Longer
It's loaded! I don't know what was standard and what was optional on IROC-Z's. It does have T-Tops.
Car is fully loaded including T-Tops
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