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Two years ago, you couldn’t bring up the topic of third-generation Camaros without somebody inevitably dropping a mullet into the conversation. Nowadays, we’re seeing clean, well-kept, original third-gens – such as this 1989 Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z for sale on Hemmings.com – starting to come out of the woodwork and being taken seriously as collector cars. That’s a rather abrupt change in perception, and I’m betting that the release of the new fifth-generation Camaro is helping third-gens and even fourth-gens in their climb back to respectability. From the seller’s description:
Very nice condition. Stored in a climate-controlled garage. Options include power windows, locks, mirrors and driver’s seat. Locking rear axle, Bose AM-FM cass, tilt steering, cruise control, locking rear storage and deluxe luggage compartment trim, rear defogger, 5.7 tuned port V8, power disc front and rear brakes, 16-inch aluminum wheels with locks, gray custom cloth bucket seats. Preferred Equipment group number 3 1SD. Very fun to drive and only driven in good weather.
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