The headlines may surround the sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro 1LE, and before that the fifth-generation Camaro 1LE, but it’s not a new package by any means. We can go back way further to trace the 1LE’s roots, but let’s make a pitstop in 1991.
This 1991 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 1LE was one of the best of the breed when it debuted over 20 years ago and it’s seeking a new home. Specifically, Chevrolet built just 478 Z/28 coupes with the 1LE package, however, since this one has a five-speed manual transmission, which makes it one of 289.
Additional equipment for the 1LE package included an Auburn posi unit, engine oil cooler, four-wheel disc brakes (upgraded for additional performance), aluminum driveshaft, special shocks and more.
The seller states the car has been repainted, but it was done by the original dealership where the car was purchased after it began to peel.
We do wish this was an untouched Z/28 1LE, but the owner has done a few modifications to beef up the car. They include aftermarket shorty headers, new camshaft, Flowmaster muffler and throttle body. Though, the original exhaust setup is still hanging around should the next owner want to return it to stock.
With only 61,000 miles on the odometer, it may be one of the cleanest Z/28 1LE Camaros from this generation still kicking today. And for only $16,900, we’re certainly intrigued. Check out the listing here.