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Avg. Price: $4,650
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IROC Z
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Z28
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Avg. Price: $7,498
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Fun To Drag Race! by Valerie
 — I loved my camaro. It was a coupe but came stock with a 305 V8, 4 barrel Q-jet carb and an automatic transmission (700-R4). That engine threw a connecting rod and was replaced with a Jasper 350 V8. Th... Read More
Perfection by Kris
 — This is the best car to own ever. The 305 has plenty of power to blow away your ricer honda's with their fancy stickers and spoilers. Ive owned it for a year, put 20,000km on it. Has not needed a sin... Read More
85' Camaroz28 T-tops by Ypsilon_193
 — Acceleration is great it has a lot of torque, but the HP is low due to it coming with T-Tops. Very strong build, I have gotten about 5 foot of air at 65 mph. Although it sounded good at the time, I r... Read More

1985 Chevrolet Camaro Overview

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1985 Chevrolet Camaro

1985 is best known by Camaro aficionados as the year the IROC first made its appearance. Named after the International Race of Champions, it certainly lived up to its moniker. Both the Z28 and the IROC had a Tuned Port Injection (TPI) version of the engine that was rated at 215 horsepower. The 5.0 HO engine also had a hotter camshaft and a larger exhaust system. Ironically, this engine was available only on the automatic. However, you could opt for the L69 H.O. engine, which only came with the 5-speed manual tranny and produced 190 hp at 4,800 rpm and 240 lb-ft of torque at 3,200 rpm.Production of this engine was restricted about halfway through the year. Although you did lose a very small amount of horsepower and torque with the H.O., it was well worth it to get the 5-speed. Besides, the horsepower could be overcome with ease by adding headers and a good exahust. The L69 in 1985 was available only in the IROC. New 16-by-8-inch all-aluminum wheels sporting 245/50VR16 Goodyear Gatorback tires, the ride was lowered by a half-inch, and the addition of the foglamps made sure that if you saw the IROC from the front, you new at that moment that you were seeing an IROC.

Chevrolet also changed ten of the twelve exterior colors from 1984. Other external changes included new front fascias, taillamps, air dams, grilles, and parking lamps, although these changes were very minor and mostly not noticeable to the untrained eye. The IROC was honored as one of Car and Driver's Ten Best for 1985.

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Billschnell917
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I Have A 1985 Z28 V8 4 Barrel 2 Seater Convertible

1985 z28 camaro convertible with only 2 seats with 103,000 miles all original parts. What is it worth just asking cause I've never seen one with just the 2 seats

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hank1947
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How Much Is A 1985 Iroc Z Worth With 110 Miles On It

I have a 1985 Chevy Camaro IROC with 110 miles on it with every option that was offered, how much is it worth.

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Jon_Bought_An_IROC
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Just Bought An 85 Iroc With 250,000 Miles. Whats It Worth?

Just bought a 85 IROC, paid 1,850. It has 250,000 miles, and 0 problems, how'd I do? T-Top, zero body damage, original paint still looks great, 305 non-TPI. Judging by how it runs a new engine won't b...

152 views with 7 answers (last answer 4 months ago)
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When You Gather Around The Grill Today.

Take a moment to remember our brave service men and woman and their families in your prayers. They sacrifice so much so we can live in this great country. May God bless and keep them safe in their...

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How Much Is A 1985 T-top Camero Worth Not Running?

I have a t-top camero 1985 that is not running. It still has the motor in it, and all it's parts. They body itself is in good shape but I've not done anything to it in years. What is a decent pric...

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