## How much is a 1986 Camaro IROC-Z worth?

Vehicle Valuation Analysis

Bodystyles | Median Sale |
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IROC-Z Sport Coupe | $8,750 |

Sport Coupe | $9,950 |

Z28 Sport Coupe | $10,450 |

## How much horsepower does a 1986 IROC Z28 have?

Engine manufacturer: | GM Chevrolet Small-Block V-8 350 |
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What power? | |

Horsepower net: | 164 kW / 223 PS / 220 hp (SAE net) |

/ 4200 | |

Torque net: | 434 Nm / 320 ft-lb |

**What engine is in a 1986 Z28?**

Engine manufacturer: | GM Chevrolet Small-Block V-8 305 |
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Horsepower net: | 141.5 kW / 192 PS / 190 hp (SAE net) |

/ 4000 | |

Torque net: | 386 Nm / 285 ft-lb |

/ 2800 |

### What was the last year for the IROC Z28?

By 1988, the Z/28 had been discontinued, leaving only the base coupe and the IROC-Z. Two years later, following the lowest production of it’s multi-year run (35,048), the IROC-Z was discontinued.

### What was the last year of the IROC-Z Camaro?

**What is the value of a 1985 Z28?**

Vehicle Valuation Analysis

Bodystyles | Median Sale |
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Berlinetta Sport Coupe | $1,300 |

Sport Coupe | $16,738 |

Z28 Sport Coupe | $8,250 |

#### How much is a 1986 Berlinetta worth?

The View From 2019. According to Hagerty’s valuation tools, all the money for a 1986 Berlinetta in (rare) #1/Concours condition is $13,400, with a more normal #3/Good condition car going for $6,200.

#### Which year IROC-Z is best?

1985

The 1985 Camaro IROC-Z made Car and Driver magazine’s Ten Best list that year and won praise for its precision handling and tight, if “twitchy,” suspension.

**How fast can a 1986 Camaro go?**

Top speed: | |
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(theor. without speed governor) | 205 km/h / 127 mph |

## How fast was the 1986 IROC-Z?

## How much is a IROC worth?

If you were to purchase a Camaro IROC-Z in 2021 on an auction site, you’d be looking at paying somewhere in the range of $14,000 to $18,000. Although some may well stand above this price range, our research based on six top-rated car auction sites fitted well into this estimate.