This 1989 Camaro IROC-Z still wears its original tires. Built in September 1988, it’s equipped with its original 230hp L98 350ci tuned-port injection engine, backed by a 700R4 automatic transmission with overdrive and a BorgWarner 9-bolt rear end. Carefully preserved, this car is a time capsule. Its interior is in like-new condition, and the undercarriage is preserved by 1989 dealer-installed Tuff-Kote Dinol.
It’s dressed in its original factory Dark Red Metallic paint, which includes notable option DX3 that deleted the normal bold IROC graphics and stripes. It was driven 344 actual miles and then placed into long-term storage. The car was discovered and rescued from its hibernation 30 years later and purchased from its original owner. CARFAX shows General Motors manufacturer safety recall issued on 06/01/1990: Seatbelt buckles.