Chevrolet Camaro Z28 - Test Drive and Hoon of a 3rd Gen
A simple morning drive featuring a 1982 Camaro Z28 with a few mechanical updates. This car was built to be driven and I do... a lot.
Here's a list of some of the additions:
GM Performance 290 HP 350 c.i. crate engine
Baer T4 Cross drilled and slotted brakes
Flowmaster 3" Exhaust
Spohn tubular control arms and torque arm
Koni adjustable shocks
Flaming River quick ratio steering box and leather wheel
OMP racing seats
6 point mild steel cage
6 Speed manual transmission built by Hanlon Motorsports
...and the seriously sweet Alpine cassette stereo from the 80's!
1988 IROC-Z Camaro burnout donuts
My '88 IROC doing some burnouts and having fun on private property. Car was still stock at this point other then some Exhaust and lowering springs.
1988 IROC-Z Camaro - New Magnaflow Exhaust
While the Flowmaster sounded good outside of the car, the constant droning and interior volume was driving me nuts. I've since switched to a Magnaflow muffler and haven't looked back. It sounds better outside the car and the interior volume is a fraction of what it used to be.
My cameras microphone sucks but its a good idea of the sound, its much better in person.
1992 BUILT RS CAMARO! 350, 5 SPEED, SCARY FAST!
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84 Berlinetta Camaro for Sale (over 500 horses - 461 BBC, Ford 9" , Tremec)....BEST OFFER
Up for sale is my 1984 Chevy Camaro. These are rare, only less than 10,000 made out out 120,000 produced that year.
I have (3) other videos loaded of this car as of 9/18/11. Search under js66chev.
Photos are at: http://s180.photobucket.com/albums/x44/jvmesquire/Camaro%20fall%202009/
There are many hours spent and a lot of money into this car. The car is extremely fast (over 500 horses), handles nicely, and will stop on a dime.
See below for specifications: I will also include all of the original and spare parts that I have for the car as well. I also have a GM shop manual for the car which will be included.
76,000 original Miles, current PA inspection, titled as a antique car in PA
Car title is clean, is NOT an "R" or salvage title Berlinetta Package, digital instruments, T-Tops(I have a pair of the shades)
Car has the overhead console with the flashlight
All the best parts used and no rust. Ran once in the 1/4 and did low 11's. I take it to shows now. Can take it anywhere.
Gen VI 454 bored .030 over
Crankshaft is a 4.00 stroke GM NOS 3963521, std/std
Manley pro series connecting rods, 6.385"
Mahle pistons(28cc dome, approx 10.5:1 CR)
Block is decked, .040" quench distance to cylinder heads
Moroso Oil Pan P/N 20411
Remote mount Fram HP-6 Filter
Pro Action Topline cylinder heads, 119 CC Chambers, 320CC rectangular intake ports
Manley Extreme Duty 2.25/1.88 Intake/Exhaust Valves
Brodix HVH Intake Manifold, Holley 850 CFM Double pumper
Scorpion Aluminum Rocker Arms (1.7:1 ratio)
Lunati 402A7LUN camshaft (255/263 @ .050, 110 LSA, .612/.630 lift)
Isky solid lifters (SO202H), design with oil orifice on face for longer cam life
ARP head studs and rocker studs
Aeromotive fuel pump with Manley Regulator, -8AN feed line with -6 Return line
MSD 6AL ignition
Custom 2 inch Long tube headers, 3.5" collectors, into a 4" Mufflex Exhaust system with Magnaflow Muffler and single 5" hideaway tailpipe
Suspension, Chassis and Braking
Stock design, boxed A-Arms
Global West Del-A-Lum bushings
IROC 36mm front sway bar
Global West "wonderbar"
Wilwood 6 piston GN III Calipers with 13x1.38 composite rotors
Eibach 900lb/in springs with jackscrews
Custom Strut Tower Brace, integrated into strut mounts
HydroBoost power brake system (operates on power steering system and doesn't need vacuum)
Spohn LCA and track bar(heim joints used)
BMR Torque arm
WS6 Rear Springs
PBR rear calipers
Stewart LBS anti-lock brake valve
IROC 24mm rear sway bar
Tremec TKO II 5 speed manual
Hays Racing Clutch
Hays Safety bellhousing
Ford 9" rear axle
3.89 final drive,
Detroit Trutrac locking differential
Moser 31 Spline axles
Strange Aluminum center section
Aluminum driveshaft from Dennys Driveshaft
Wheels and Tires
Autopower 4-point roll bar (SCCA Legal)
Autometer Tach, oil pressure, and oil temp gauges
All fuel and brake lines are Stainless braided --AN (Aeroquip or equivalent)
Seats are graphite leather from a 1995 Pontiac Trans Am
Harwood Fiberglass cowl hood (4")
Rear mounted Battery, shut off switch for safety(Behind license plate)
There are two (2) Pairs of subframe connectors installed- one pair runs inside the rockers, the other attaches to the frame rails.
Grid style taillights from an IROC-Z
Grant GT Steering Wheel
All of the spare parts and accessories that I have will come with the car(these are the big ones that come to mind):
Holley carburetor jet assortment Several gaskets, seals, power valves
One pair of M/T 28x10.5x15 ET Drag slicks, on 15" Camaro RS wheels
Chevrolet Shop Manual for 1984 Camaro, with wiring diagram
Spintech crossflow muffler with dual tailpipes
If you can get into the link for the pics, let me know and I will send them as attachments.
MAKE OFFER, MUST SELL. $12,900.00/BEST OFFER....ton of money invested).
I am selling the car due to personal reasons unfortunately so I decreased the price once again. Thanks