32,000 Miles: 1991 Camaro Z28 Convertible

The owner of this 1991 Camaro Z28 has owned it since 1993 and claims that the car has traveled a genuine 32,000 miles. He holds a lot of documentation on the car, and this may confirm this claim. You will find it listed for sale here on Craigslist. Located in Orange City, Florida, it is being offered for sale with a clean title. The owner has set a sale price of $12,500 for this Z28. A big thanks must go out to Barn Finder Rocco B for bringing the Camaro to our attention.

This Camaro appears to be a very clean car. Photos tend to indicate that the car is garage kept and that it also has a cover placed over it when it is parked in the garage. The paint presents really well, and there are no visual issues with the car. The convertible top also looks to be in good order.

Overall, the interior presents quite well, with no obvious major issues. There are a couple of marks on the shifter, and it also looks like there might be some dirty marks on the kick panel on the driver’s side. Otherwise, the interior looks to be original.

This Z28 is powered by the 5.0 TPI engine instead of the optional 5.7l version. This produces 205hp, and drive is then fed through a 4-speed automatic transmission. In a car that weighs 3,300 lbs, performance isn’t going to be lightning fast, but it is still enough to push the car from 0-60 mph in 7.1 seconds and on to a top speed of 146mph, which is none too shabby. The engine bay looks fairly clean and tidy, with nothing obviously out of the ordinary to see. What is interesting is that at 32,000 miles, the car still rolls on its original tires.

The third generation Camaro was not embraced as readily as the earlier cars. This is a shame, as while their performance is not in muscle car territory, they are a car that handles well, and delivers its power to the road quite effectively. Market prices for similarly equipped cars with comparable mileage to our feature car range from around the $14,000 mark up to around the $19,000 region. At $12,500, that puts the car below market expectations.

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Comments

  1. Steve R

    There is something wrong, this convertible is nearly half the asking price of the dusty 1986 IROC which hasn’t been started in 20+ years. Maybe IROC guy should have held out for a better car, like this one appears to be. The comparison is fitting, it makes his car look outrageously priced.

    Steve R

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  2. doug

    If real it won’t last long.

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  3. Don

    4 speed? Doubt it. Most likely 5!!!

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    • brian crowe

      4 speed auto (700r4)

  4. Dean

    Posted a week ago and still available, unless it sold and the author forgot to delete it. I’ve run into more than a few of those

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  5. CanuckCarGuy

    Too often now, sellers are simply attempting to cash in on the buyer’s financial risk… presuming a baseless, future value as ‘market price’.

    This seller is in tune with the current value of the car, and it’s no coincidence that the car doesn’t need a convoluted tale of uniqueness, to justify the asking price. Kudos to this seller.

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  6. irocrobb

    They did not put 5.7 engines in the convertibles from the factory.They are a fun car and this one is reasonable.
    My iroc convert has the tpi 5.0 and a manual trans and it still pulls real well even though a new Accord would take it.

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    • firemedic2714

      I feel your pain. I have a 92 T/A 5-speed convertible and it’s bark really is worse than it’s bite. At least with a manual transmission, we get a little more horsepower than the automatics, but not enough to beat that Accord.

  7. Walter

    This one needs closer inspection. From memory ( and really liked these cars back in the day) don’t remember the door handles and locks bring the same color as the car. Same question mark about the tire claim.

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  8. Daved

    I agree with Walter- door handles and locks were not colored keyed- they were all black. Same goes for the center grille surround- this piece is also black. Unless someone color matched these for that 90’s popular monochromatic look, then I smell a respray….

    The hood insulation looks kinda ratty for the miles but I do love the red interior!!!

  9. Stevo

    I work with a girl who drives one identical to this, even the same color. Her husband pulled the 305 and put in a nicely massaged 350. Real nice car with about 400 at the wheels according to what she’s told me.

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