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Monday, September 10, 2012

1989 CHEVROLET CAVALIER Z24 CONVERTIBLE

 
THIS 1989 CHEVY CAVALIER Z24 CONVERTIBLE IS ONE OF MY MOST FAVORITE
CARS FROM THE 80'S.  I HAD A 1988 CHEVY CAVALIER Z24 CONVERTIBLE THAT LOOKED ALMOST EXACTLY LIKE THIS ONE.  IT WAS DARK GREEN WITH A BLACK TOP.
THE Z24 WAS THE TOP OF THE LINE MODEL.  IT HAD SPECIAL GROUND EFFECTS PACKAGE, SPECIAL ALLOY WHEELS AND WAS VERY SPORTY LOOKING.  IT ALSO HAD TWO TONE PAINT AND A REAR SPOILER/LUGGAGE RACK.
THIS CAVALIER IS VERY NICE AND IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. 
IT HAS THE FRONT, SIDE AND REAR GROUND EFFECTS.
THE CAR HAS SWEET ALLOY WHEELS AND WHITE LETTER TIRES.  AND HAS A 2.8L V6 ENGINE.
THE CAR HAS A GRAY CLOTH INTERIOR AND AN AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION.  IT ALSO HAS POWER WINDOWS AND LOCKS.
THE CAR HAS A POWER CONVERTIBLE TOP.
THIS CAR WILL DEFINITELY BE A CLASSIC CAR OF THE 80'S!

3 comments:

  1. I still have my 1989 one-owner Z24 convertible. 245,000 miles, garaged for 24 years. Original paint is really nice. I plan to put a new top on it next year. It is really fun to drive.

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    1. I OWNED A 1988 Z24 CONVERTIBLE. IT WAS MY THIRD CAR. I JUST LOVED GOING DOWN THE ROAD WITH THE TOP DOWN. I ALLWAYS WONDER WHERE THAT CAR WENT AFTER I TRADED IT IN FOR A TRUCK. MISS MY OLD CARS FROM THE 80'S!

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  2. My dad also has this 1989 Chevrolet Cavalier in his garage! Whenever I visit, he always drives me around in this because he knows that I am totally in love with the car. It’s just an unbelievable experience to drive around with it while the hardtop is down. It handles almost like a sports car!

    *Tyra Shortino

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