1993 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 coupe
The 1993 Chevrolet Camaro was the Official Pace car for the 77th running of the Indianapolis 500. A total of 645 Indianapolis Pace cars were produced for this historic occasion. This number included race activity vehicles and vehicles for public sale. This prime example only has 3200 miles. They came with the 350 cubic inch LT-1 with 275 horsepower. These are also the first year of this generation Camaro. Since it was on the same wheelbase and had many carryovers from the third-genreration models, it can’t be said that the fourth-gernation models were completely rebuilt, but they were definitely a new car, in both looks and feel, though the looks were still very much Camaro. Like it had been since its introduction, the new Camaro had the long hood-short deck design of the pony car that it was. Though the rear suspension was carried over, the front suspension was new, and supplied a softer ride that still provided great handling. Rack and pinion steering also was added. Lightweight plastic front fenders were added to the car, and overall the car was smoothed out from the previous boxy version and turned into a very sleek and flowing model. The interior was also redesigned and contained flowing lines to match the exterior of the car. But the changes weren’t just made to the visible portions of the car, the entire engine lineup was revamped as well. Base coupe models were powered by a new 3.4 litre V6 that produced 160 horsepower, which was only ten less than the standard V8s from the previous year. The Z28 were fitted with a 5.7 litre V8 known as the LT1 that was first used in the 1992 Corvette. Because of styling differences, the Camaro version is less powerful than those in the Corvette, but still produced a very respectable 275 horsepower. The car was selected as the Pace car for the Indy 500 in 1993, and 633 pace car replicas were produced. Unlike the last time the Camaro was the Indy 500 pace car, no modifications were made to the actual Camaro used on the track. Total production for the year was 39,755 Camaros, and included 19 1LE cars, which were known as stock racecars and had been produced in limited batches for the previous few years.
- ABS Brakes
- Driver Airbag
- Passenger Airbag
- Tilt Steering
- Cassette Player
- Alloy Wheels
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