Year 1989
Drivetrain RWD
Transmission AUTOMATIC
Engine 5.7
Mileage 106,149
Doors 2
Exterior Color WHITE
Interior Color RED
VIN 1G1FP2186KL202261
Stock No. JR1769
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White lightening! International Race Of Champion  Original and Documented 106,149 miles, 1989 Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z Coupe, Clean Carfax, No Accidents, An American Icon Sports Car. Your Dream About Owning an IROC-Z Can Come True With This Beauty. Buy An Appreciating Asset, Fully Loaded With PWs, CC, AM/FM Casette , Factory Air Conditioning, Original Sport Seats, Original Rims, Full Gauges, Anti Theft Keys, Fog Lights, 5.7L V8 Engine and 17/25 MPGs, Smooth Shifting 4 Speed Automatic With Factory Shift Kit, White Exterior, Original Red Two-Toned Cloth Interior, No Bad Odors, Fully Reconditioned With Fresh Fluids and Filters, Plugs And Wires, Distributor Caps and Rotor, Custom Floor Mats, New Wipers, Battery Service and Full Detail! Come See Why eBZZmotors.com Offers The Best Cars At The Best Prices! All of our EBZZ Pre-Owned vehicles must have a clean Autocheck with a good history of care. We bring all services up to date with a comprehensive 124 point inspection and objectively recondition the vehicle to give its next owner many years of good service. Our ASE Certified Technician goes through every car as if it was his own. We keep detailed records of everything we do to the car for your inspection. Our professionally trained detailer goes through the car with a fine tooth comb making it look great and something you can feel proud of. Here at eBZZmotors.com we put our money our mouth is. We believe in a very thorough recondition plan on every vehicle we sell. 
History of IROC-Z:
IROC is an acronym for International Race Of Champions.  It was an “all-star game of auto-races” that began in 1973 as the brainchild of David Lockton, developer of the Ontario Motor Speedway.  It was organized by some of racing's greats such as Roger Penske, Les Richter and Mike Phelps. Following stock car racing rules, the competition consisted of four annual races, initially run on road courses, then primarily on American oval tracks. In an all-out effort to derive a world champion based solely on driver ability, each and every car was identically-prepared by a single team of technicians.  Famously these techs were NASCAR veterans Dick Trickle, Dave Marcis and Jim Sauter.  Beginning with the 1976 IROC season, a winner was determined by a total points-system in the four events. Throughout its three decade-long history, the nationally-televised IROC races were widely acknowledged, as some of the most thrilling auto competitions ever run.


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