1986 Chevrolet Cavalier Z24 Convertible.

February 19, 2012

11 comments

11 comments:

Swiftman007 said...

Looks in great shape. 1500$, thats a steal for any die hard z24 fan..Only missing the original z24 wheels, and that groovy yellow,orange and red sharpline (but maybe it was only for 1987, I can be wrong)

Justin said...

Awesome find, a first gen Z24 Cavalier....what are the odds? Shame about the stock wheels being gone.

Tony Piff said...

one of those cars that i'd never photograph, but ben would, and i'd be a little bugged, but then people always comment. okay, well, the face on this thing is pretty sweet. i'm just so glad i don't own an '80s k-car convertible as my daily driver.

Ben Piff said...

Been waiting for someone to mention the hand-painted (or paint pen?) graphics. Might be the funniest detail of the car for me.

Can you imagine how hard I was hoping to avoid the owner while documenting? I just did not have time for that sales pitch or explaining myself.

Andrew David Baron said...

That car isn't worth $150, let alone $1500. lol

Anonymous said...

lol, i bought that car! i am the current owner of it.. thats so funny, i was trying to do some background research on z24s, and i come across my own car online!!! how bout that :)

Steve Eidsen said...

I’ve been doing some research on the 1986 Z24 convertible for myself when I came across this site. I have found a lot on “86 cavilers and a few les on Z24 but only a couple on and Z24 convertible’s. I have had mine since 1988 and everything’s original except the tires and top with 80,000 miles on it.
Just trying to find out how many were made as Z24 convertible’s.
Steve

Anonymous said...

do you still have this car if so id like to get it. Joe Shelton

Anonymous said...

Joe,i have a red86 convert,orginal owner orginal from OK and now MPLS not driven in winter. has a new white top,are you interested of so i can send picture. would want 3000

Gerard Skowronski said...

Just found this blog. The 1986 Cavalier Z-24 convertibles were hand made by ASC in Wyandotte, Mi. These cars were fully optioned Z-24's with the F41 suspension. ASC made less than 300, all were shipped for sale to the top Chevy dealers in California. These cars were sold as "California Specials" No production numbers exist with GM on these cars since they were sold directly as coupes to ASC. ASC used these 300 cars as tests to show GM that they could economically make a convertible production car.

Brent Prater said...

Is this car still got sale? If so message me on FaceBook, Brent Prater, message all of them