1987 IROCZ – Z28



OWNERS NAME: Robert Brice
YEAR: 1987
MAKE: Chevrolet
MODEL: Camaro

Chevrolet produced the IROC-Z from 1985 to 1990. It began as an option to the Z-28 Camaro in 1985. By 1988, it became a stand-alone IROC-Z model eliminating the Z-28. It celebrated the 1984 rebirth of the International Race of Champions featuring race drivers from various series driving equally prepared cars.

This particular vehicle was built in March 1987 and one of the final vehicles built at GM’s Norwood, Ohio facility. It was custom ordered by a former GM employee with every available option and delivered to Frank McNally Chevrolet in Flushing, Michigan. With 9,000 miles on the odometer, it was sold to a gentleman who used the car sparingly, later on storing the car at his son’s farm in Emery Wisconsin, after five years of storage the owner decided to offer the car for sale, it was offered at Hemmings in an special article named “Find of the Day”. Mr. Brice purchased the car in 2016. Today, the Camaro has 28,067 original miles and remains in original, unrestored condition. It is powered by an L98 225hp 350cid Tuned Port-Injected V-8 first offered in 1987.

“The Red Angel” is how Mr. Brice calls this IROC-Z-Z28 has won close to fifty awards and prestigios recognitions from local car shows.

Also had received First Junior and Senior awards from the AACA of America during Nationals car shows held in Miami Dade County Fl.
This IROC-Z-Z28 was also accepted in the 2023 Boca Raton Course D’ Elegance where Mr. Brice had a live interview by the Local Channel 10 reporter, Annaliese Garcia.