1991 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

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Body Color
White
Stock
21GKM328
Vin
1G1FP2381ML191542
Miles
108,986
Engine Size
5.7L V8
Transmission Type
Automatic
Video coming soon
Body Color
White
Stock
21GKM328
Vin
1G1FP2381ML191542
Miles
108,986
Engine Size
5.7L V8
Transmission Type
Automatic
Video coming soon

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White
Gray
5.7L V8
Automatic

1991 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

-5.7L V8
-GM performance aluminum head ZZ383
-TPIS mini mini ram intake
-March underdrive pulleys
-Edelbrock headers
-MSD ignition
-C5 big front brake kit with Kore3 Billet hubs
-Factory rear disc brakes
-Umi tubular front lower control arms
-UMI Lowering springs
-Koni Yellow shocks and struts
-Detroit Speed front sway bar and steering brace
-Detroit speed strut tower brace
-Founders tubular rear lower control arms and Panhard bar
-Rear lower control arm relocation brackets
-Spohn adjustable torque arm
-Panhard bar relocation
-Spohn Driveshaft
-SLP 17 inch ZR1 Style wheels
-Mickey Thompson tires

(Please note: If you happen to be viewing this 1991 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 on a website other than our Garage Kept Motors site, it's possible that you've only seen some of our many photographs of the car due to third-party website limitations. To be sure you access all the more than 150 photographs, as well as a short start-up and walk-around video, and a link to the Z28's accident-and-damage-free Carfax history report, please go to our main website: Garage Kept Motors.)

“The 3rd Gen Chevrolet Camaro… Z28(s) are about to skyrocket with classic muscle car collectors” -DrivingLine website, May 2021

The DrivingLine people reasoned this way: “Seen objectively… the 1982-1992 Chevrolet Camaro… Z28 coupes are poised for a comeback. Featuring owner-friendly fuel injection, usable horsepower and torque, and an ultra-deep aftermarket for mods thanks to the presence of Chevy's famed small block V8, the third-generation of the Camaro is perfect for anyone seeking a classic that can be enjoyed on a daily basis with a minimum of hassle.”

A DrivingLine-suggested bonus: “It's also not necessary to get too bogged down in factory horsepower numbers for the various 5.0L and 5.7L engines offered by this era of Camaro. Given their roots as small block Chevrolet engines, it's relatively simple to bolt-on the power you want for your ride regardless of how it originally left the assembly line. Suspension, braking, and of course tire upgrades are also out there to round out the Camaro and make it a more effective package.”

Offered here is a 1991 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 in white over gray. The car has received the full measure of that “ultra-deep aftermarket” equipment and additional “bolt-on power” options to become a dramatically “more effective package.” The car's odometer shows 108,986 miles, fewer than 3,650 miles per-year on average since new. The car's extensive list of high-quality performance and handling modifications appears in the list above.

The Z28's exterior factory white paint is in excellent condition across the entire body, from lower-front chin spoiler, across the cowl-induction hood (with hood locks), over the roof, to the rear-deck-mounted spoiler, and signature rear fascia. Apparently benefitting from GM's improved manufacturing practices put in place at the time, body-panel gaps and alignment are proper and tight. There is no damage to any surface including bumper cladding and lower-body, ground-effects panels. (To best assess the quality of the paint and chrome finish, be sure to view the close-up photographs of the car in the accompanying gallery.) Cabin glass and all lighting lenses are clear and uncracked. All factory-applied badging—the front Camaro emblem, Z26 emblems on the ground-effects panels, “5.7 Tuned Port Injection” emblem on the left-rear bumper, and Z28 emblem (with bowtie) on the right-rear bumper—is properly in place. A red outline-bowtie graphic is mounted in the front license-plate area. SLP® 5-spoke 17-inch wheels (with SLP-embossed center caps) are mounted with Mickey Thompson® Street Comp performance tires.

Inside, the color theme is gray, and it's executed in different hues on different surfaces. The fabric upholstery on the front bucket seats is a handsome tweed-pattern gray, with slightly darker gray inserts featuring Camaro-logo embroidery. The outside bolster on the driver's seat shows slight wear and tear from regular use. The 2-position rear bucket-bench is similarly upholstered (without the embroidery). Carpeting is charcoal gray, and is well maintained (with slight staining in the rear cargo area). Door trim includes horizontal panels in tweed fabric, vinyl, and carpeting each in a complimentary shade of gray. A black Camaro-branded airbag steering wheel frames a full analog instrument cluster. Instrument graphic markings and fluorescent indicator needles are crisp and unfaded. The uncluttered dash includes a single Z28 emblem in front of the passenger. The upper center console houses the HVAC controls above an Alpine® audio head unit in the factory-radio location. The remainder of the console includes the shift lever for the automatic transmission, power-window controls, and a combination storage box-armrest.

Under the hood, the 5.7-liter V8 is properly housed below the DetroitSpeed® triangular shock-tower, frame-support bar. The entire engine bay is perfectly clean and properly laid out. Polished-metal surfaces on the air intake and valve covers add visual flair. All components—including MSD® ignition and air conditioning—are properly mounted; all hoses and wiring properly routed. Viewed from below, the chassis is remarkably clean, straight, and free of any of the sort of damage that can arise from track use or overly aggressive driving styles. Properly routed performance exhaust, suspension geometry, and a host of upgraded components (once again, see the accompanying list) offer any number of focal points.

The Z28's factory-mounted build and identification tags remain in place.

While the more than 150 high-definition photographs and the short walk-around-and-startup video available on the GarageKeptMotors website showcase this '91 Z28 in detail from every angle, including from below, we expect and encourage in-person inspections at our Grand Rapids, Michigan showroom. Please call to arrange an appointment in advance as our showroom is not open to the public. And feel free to get in touch anytime by phone or email if you have questions.

“Due diligence is required, but an affordable 3rd gen Camaro is a fun way to re-live muscle-machine glory while enjoying modern reliability and better-than-1960s comfort on the streets,” so concluded the DrivingLine article cited earlier. We offer this 1991 “Imperial Stormtrooper white” Z28 as hands-down, proof-positive.

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