just a question........

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im looking at a classic car sales paper and ive found a Chevy Camaro 88 convertible, looking at it, (a friend is interested in buying an american car!), whilst reading about it, it says IROC-Z,,,whats that mean?

posted by  True_Brit

IROC-Z was the name of the highest model during the 80's. Its named after the International Race of Champions.

posted by  PontiacFan27

PontiacFan got it.
The Z obviously stands for Z28.
I beat and IROC-Z or two in my Taurus when I had her...:laughing: :thumbs:
ANYWAY, thats beside the point. In my opinion I'd rather have a hardtop than a 'vert.

posted by  SlipKnoT

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