According to a Bloomberg report, citing Hagerty, the value of the Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z has shown patterns of appreciation over the past five years. So, if you have an IROC-Z in above average condition, your old-school American asset may be worth more than you realize.
Having been built for a little over a decade (1981-1992), there are quite a few IROC-Z Camaros in existence. Of course, the value of your IROC-Z depends on a bunch of factors. For an obvious example, you can expect such a Camaro with original components to fetch a bit more coin than, say, one that came from the factory with a four-cylinder or V6 and had an LS swapped into it.
If you’re looking to make an investment, Hagerty claims that Michigan and New York are the states with the highest amount of third-generation Camaros. You can expect to spend $9,500 to $20,000, according to a quick Autotrader search.