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1998 Chevrolet Camaro 2dr Coupe
have replaced the ignition module twice and lower intake gasket which was 1100$ just to install the gaskets. Besides that nice car.
1998 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 2dr Coupe
The Camaro Z28 runs and drives awesome. As a ride through the hills and along the beaches a great and fun car to drive. Power and performance are enjoyable and even white knuckle wonderful. As a daily commute can make the ride to work to the hairdressers an ego boosting adrenaline rush. Throw a in a decent exhaust and air filter and the LS1 begins to breath fire. Come a snowflake leave the Z28 and take the focus. The car is a nice looking very well handling for the price. It has a Corvette heart and thrives to be a Vette. Regular maintenance is required to keep the dragon fiery. Like all cars, maintenance should be done on time and any issues should not wait to be remedied very quickly before the seriousness goes major along with the cost. No matter who drives the Z28 the reaction is the same “Wow, the car is fast”
1998 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 SS 2dr Coupe
Bought the car in modified form. Added some of my own. Trex cam. Bigger fuel pump and injectors. 411s in the rear. Catless y pipe. Billy boat exhaust. Slp headers. Ls6 intake. Ls7 clutch. Tune. Underdrive pullies. Suspension upgrades. Stiffer valve springs. Reinforced axels. Cold air intake. Ported throttle body. 410hp at the wheel. Weekend driver only. Puts a smile on my face every time I drive it.
1998 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 2dr Convertible
I bought my 1998 Z28 in 2012, it had 120,000 miles on the clock, first impression was "I like the power!" Had to replace warped rotors/new pads/front wheel bearings/steering knuckle/tie-rods. The prior owner had taken relativity good care of her, average wear and tear for a 15 year old car @ the time. Leather seats are comfortable, even on trips/daily driver. Gas MPG very good for 2014 (considering it's a V8) even 20+ hwy- 17+ city driving. One of the best Camaro Z28's GM Chevrolet has ever produced! IMO. My old Z28 was a -1986 Z28 IROC-Z- 305 T.P.I., this 1998 Z28 350 M.P.F.I would suck the windshield out of my old IROC-Z...very e-Zilly =) Find a maintained one, you'll thank me.
LS1 with the T56 Manual 6 speed with T-Tops is the only way to go with this car. You feel like a pilot ready to blast off, the car's interior is like a cockpit- some people complain, but I like it-I can reach everything easily, seats are electric (so are the mirrors + door locks+ windows) and adjustable-leather seats are comfortable and support you well. No nav/tv screens but, dual lighter sockets, good cupholders, ashtray in a decent spot and a fully down folding rear seat back keeps this Z pretty and functional to boot! Good cargo space. If you want luxury and accoutrements than this is NOT your car, if you want a sleek, reliable, FAST car that will hold it's own, even today, buy it!
Not too many I can think of besides the "bump" in the front passenger floor. A lot of cheaper plastic parts (easily cracked/breakable interior parts) these could have been made a little stronger/thicker, but I guess it saves weight. Yeah that's about it.
1998 Chevrolet Camaro 2dr Coupe
Well i got my 1998 3.8l camaro for my 16th birthday, and have been driving it hard ever since.
While i really wish i had the money to afford the z28 model, or a pontiac trans am, i am extremely happy with the performance of this car.
For a v6, this car puts up numbers that you cant argue with.
This thing will leave comparable v6 mustangs in the dust, and will AT LEAST keep up with the mustang gts from around this year.
While its no ls1, the 3.8 in this camaro pulls very hard, and has great acceleration, and is a thrill to drive every time you are behind the wheel.
With performance like this from the base model, i can barely imagine what it would be like to drive a v8 camaro.
some of my favorite features include the stylish exterior design, the powerful yet efficient 3.8l v6, its ability to give you a thrill every time you get behind the wheel. also i forgot to mention that my camaro has 200,000+ miles and is still running strong. truly a piece of american engineering genius.