Code correct Charcoal exterior, Charcoal interior, glass t-tops. Numbers matching 190hp 305ci H.O. L69 engine, 5 speed manual transmission. Factory features include air conditioning, custom cloth seats, power driver's seat, power windows, power locks, power rear hatch release, power steering, power brakes, AM/FM/Cassette stereo, tinted glass, Quiet Sound Group, body side moldings, rear defrost, remote mirrors, rear spoiler, cruise control, tilt, special instrumentation, power antenna. Coming with a clean Carfax and well optioned, this 1984 Camaro Z28 features the desirable L69/5 speed combination, and is in nice condition. This car's odometer shows 50,887 miles, which are believed to be actual based on Carfax records, and the overall presence and condition of this car's original parts. This car's paint and decals looks to be newer, and are vg. Glass t-tops are vg as well, and taillights are vg-exc. Added 18 inch Black/Machined 1985-87 IROC style wheels are vg, with BF Goodrich G-Force Sport Comp-2 tires sized 255/40/18 in the front, and 275/40/18 in the rear. These tires show an average of 8/32nds (89%) tread depth remaining. The interior of this 1984 Camaro Z28 shows vg carpet, original cloth seats, gauges, door panels, center console, and shift plate, and a good condition steering wheel. Dash pad and dashboard are vg-exc with no cracks, and headliner/visors/sail panels are all vg-exc as well. Correct appearing AM/FM/Cassette stereo is in place, along with t-top bag and t-top shades. Numbers matching L69 engine shows correct dual snorkel L69 air cleaner setup, and Delco alternator looks to be recent. Additions to this car include "CAMARO" exterior door handle decals, floor mats with Red "Z28" embroidery, added airflow holes in the front grille, and a Black Hurst shift knob. Included with this car will be the original owner's manual portfolio, original window sticker, original build sheet, original bill of sale, records dating back to 2006, Hayne's repair manual, and a copy of the May 1984 issue of Car and Driver, which boasts the 1984 Z28 as being the best handling car sold in America. Third gen Camaros are still tough to find in this condition -- call us while we have this one! Our Price: $14,999. Financing available with long terms and low rates.