I remember watching one of those racing IROCs flip at Daytona without any help, just the cars racing ahead and behind it. It lifted front end over rear. What a thriller. Soon after IROC started building Dodges to replace the Chevys. That Camaro body wasn't very good in my opinion. The Manual trans models were plagued with drive line vibration issues and pop off brake off interior plastic as with all the other GM junk of the rotting plastic 80s.
The list of errors in this article is inexcusable - it's the same internet nonsense that's been regurgitated for decades. I would have expected more research be done rather than repeating the same nonsense once again. Rotors were actually derived from the C10 program, calipers were not taken from the Corvette but are actually their own castings and LARGER than the Corvette's, driveshaft did not come from the Corvette, the MK6 T5 was not new but had been used in the L69 cars for years, there weren't 6 built in 1988, but only 4 of the IROCs and there were 3 TA's, power windows & power locks were MANDATORY options for the R7U 1LE cars ordered for the Canadian Players series due to the inability to work them around the cage. Do better next time - you're supposed to be professionals.
I have a 1988 Camaro IROCZ 5.7 with 14,000 original miles documented and all original body. I purchased this 2013 and wondering if anyone can give a rough estimate on its value. Again it’s in excellent condition always garage kept never driven in rain or any bad weather. Thank you.