1994 Z28 Camaro Convertible with an LT1 350 Chevy 5.7L engine.
I love driving our Camaro, especially with the convertible top down! It sounds great too. It has a low rumble purr when idling or cruising, but step on it and you get real American power coming out the exhaust system, not some fart can muffler...
I had a lot done on the engine to ready it for long-term use, but the head gaskets just blew. I saw the temp gauge rising while at a stop light after exiting the I-15. I let it cool and drove it to a nearby auto shop. It still runs. My 16 year old doesn't want to work on it with me so it's time to sell it to someone else who appreciates it.
Timing chain and sprocket
MSD Optispark Distributor (~$500 distributor)
Mass Airflow Sensor
I also have two brand new fenders and a new front bumper new in a box. The prior owner bumped something on one side and it just pushed the plastic fender and bumper over briefly enough to crack the other fender. Body shop said it looks to be still in alignment so just planned o replace the fenders and bumper. Inner fenders looked ok to me.
The top is in good condition and goes up and down properly with the push of a button. I was going to replace the rear plastic window with a heated glass window, but haven't got to it yet.
The Corvette rims are a bonus.
I have around $4,000 into it preparing it for the long-term, but I'm offering it for less to allow for the head gaskets. You can find a 4th Gen Camaro convertible here and there. This is the Z28 V8 not the V6 nd I has low miles.
First $4500 cash takes it! OBO - Make it yours (before I start on the head gasket job)
Also consider a trade for a decent travel trailer, motorcycle, ATV, etc.