Imagine Discovering Brand New And Untouched 1985 IROC Z28A In A Truck Trailer
In this video we are going to see a 1985 IROC-Z Camaro found in a trailer. There was literally no sunlight, it’s been untouched, undriven and unmoved for over 2 decades. There is no rust, there are no dents – this car is absolutely perfect. If you have a look at the interior of the car, you will see the plastic covers that came from the factory. This way nobody would get grease or dirt on the seats.
We are going to see a real third generation Camaro with only 9,5 miles on the tacho. Yes, that’s right. This car is untouched and was never driven on the road. The third generation Camaro was manufactured between 1982 and 1992. This particular Camaro generation offered modern fuel injection for the first time. It was designed to be a hatchback model with 15 or 16 inch rims. There was one special modification – IROC-Z. International Race of Champions is actually what IROC stands for. This modification was introduced back in 1985 and it was manufactured for 5 years until 1990. The standard OHV 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine was dropped and the car was equipped with a 2.8-liter V6 engine. In addition you could order a L98 5.7-liter 350cu V8 engine. This powerful engine was only available when paired with an automatic gearbox.
The guy who bought this car is never going to remove all plastic covers – seats, driver door, steering wheel, pedals. The car has every single document that it came with. The car is just perfect. It’s like it came out from the factory yesterday.
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It not only looks new, it smells new. The car still got the chop marks from the factory all over the car. The owner is not going to wash them off.