I have a friend who is selling his '91 1LE Camaro, 44k miles. This was an option that included larger brakes, an aluminum prop shaft, gas tank baffles, lower gearing, a few other odds and ends. Read about it here: https://www.gtccm.com/portfolio_page/1991-camaro-z28-1le/ The L98 is more or less the same as in the Z28. It's got a rather large F40-style spoiler, and special wheels painted body color. No A/C (per factory delete). This one is red, and the looks are striking for a 3rd gen Camaro. I've attached a picture of it.
I'm not a pony car guy, but I'm also not religious about cars. I like torque, and after that I'm open minded. What I would like to find is a community that I would fit into. Not looking for the burnouts @ C&C experience. More like grown ups who like cars.
No prior track day experience. Life long gearhead, looking to go to track days, and enjoy a bit of maintenance here and there. Also own a 1984 Vanagon Westy, which keeps the mechanic plenty busy.
Do you think this Camaro would be fun to own in Texas, considering the A/C delete? Would it be good on track days? Has it flipped over into the "garage queen" status? Shall I leave it for some other person to own who is more interested in keeping it pristine? There aren't a lot of wise upgrades to make to a car like this without destroying its value.
I like it because it's weird, in a radwood sort of way, but I have some reservations. Looking for advice.