1985 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 5.0 TPI from North America
A few minor sensors went bad in the first few years of ownership. Over the years, I've replaced a water pump, a few thermostats, and other maintenance items. Biggest expendature ever was a new brake master cylinder at 120K miles.
In 14 years and 130K miles, the car has been a low-maintenance dream. With Tuned-Port Injection, the car still beats new Mustangs at the stoplights. Current mileage is about 17 around town and 27 on the highway.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 24th September, 1999
14th Dec 2000, 19:03
Not quite. I don't think you could beat new Mustangs on the 1/4 mile. Or even '87 on up Mustangs.
12th Jan 2001, 22:31
Somebody obviously does not know the power of the 305 that Chevy has.
29th Jan 2001, 15:43
My old Cougar beat a Mustang, a 1992 GT.
11th May 2001, 01:10
I had a Z-28 that I just recently sold. As a man I am not to proud to share, I cried when it was gone. It was the "BEST" car I ever had. The only things I had go out on it was the speedometer, transmission oil coolers, and the paint job. I would definitely buy a brand new one if I could.