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1994 Chevrolet Camaro Z-28
2 Door T-Top Convertible

VIN Number:    2G1FP22PXR2223100
Exterior Color:  Red
Convertible Top:  Black T-Top
Interior Trim:  Red with Black Cloth
Engine:   5.7 Liter (350 CID)
Chevrolet EFI OHV V-8
295 Horsepower
Bore/Stroke:  4.00” x 3.48”
Transmission:  4L60E Automatic
Equipment:

  • AM/FM Cassette Stereo Radio/Rear Antenna
  • Rear Spoiler
  • Removable T-Top Roof Panels
  • Power Steering and Brakes
  • 4-Wheel Disc Brakes
  • Air Conditioner
  • Heater & Defroster
  • Windshield Washers
  • Dual Exhaust
  • Cast Aluminum Wheels
  • Blackwall Radial Tires
Stock Number C 39

1994 Chevrolet Camaro Z-28
2-Door T-Top Convertible

Model Year History Overview:
The first Camaro was produced in 1967 and was an immediate hit.  Production topped 220.000 cars the first year, followed by 235,115 for ’68 and 243,100 for ’69.  Camaro was introduced to replace the Corvair, and mainly to complete with the incredible success of the Ford Mustang in the growing “Ponycar” market.  The Camaro was more that a new Chevrolet; it was a new concept.  Mustang had pointed the way.  Some 81 factory options and 41 dealer installed accessories were offered so the buyer could tailor the car to taste and budget.  The Camaro wasn’t significantly changed in ’68 or ’69.

This Camaro is a member of the Fourth Generation which began in 1993 and would be its final production series.  The new design incorporated lightweight plastic body panels over a steel space frame, and a much improved suspension design.  Mostly minor changes occurred for 1964.  The 4L60 automatic transmission was replaced with the 4L60E, which included electronic controls.  A PCM (Power Control Module) interface was added for tuning purposes.  After years of declining sales and unrelenting sales pressure from Mustang, Camaro ceased production in 2002.  The last Camaro was produced on August 27, 2002 in Canada.

Stock Number: C –39

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