The highest performing Camaro at the time, this example is all-original down to the tires with just 3,134 actual miles.

For the 1985 model year, General Motors introduced their highest performing Camaro yet, the IROC-Z. Even on its sales brochure, the car was called the “Ultimate Z28” and “one very serious contender for the title of World’s Best Sports Coupe”. While the Camaro model didn’t change much in regards to styling except for a minor facelift, it was apparent that GM was armed and ready to play in the high-performance market with this new model. This is an immaculate example of a 1985 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 IROC-Z that has just 3,134 original miles. This low-mileage example is listed on Bring A Trailer through their online auction.