This 1985 Camaro IROC-Z With Only 14K Miles Is A Crazy Stupid Bargain

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And a potentially awesome investment.

If you're familiar with Chevy Camaro history, then you'll know that one of the most famous models was the IROC-Z, launched in 1985. The IROC-Z was an options package that took its name from the International Race Of Champions. Essentially it was an upgraded Z28 that had an improved suspension, larger sway bars, lowered ride height, Delco-Bilstein shocks, and unique decals. Now that modern muscle cars have found a new generation of fans, it wouldn't be an unreasonable assumption to see older ones increase in value.

And this first model year, showroom condition Camaro IROC-Z can be yours for the ridiculously awesome price of just $22,995. Actual mileage count: 14,859. Available from Vegas Muscle Cars, who claims it's always been kept indoors, power comes from a V8 mated to a four-speed automatic slushbox. It even has a tinted T-top with a vinyl storage bag. Note those gorgeous five-spoke chrome wheels and an interior that looks nearly untouched. All for just under $23k. Or, for that price, you could get a new 2016 Camaro. What would you choose?

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