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Looking for the weight by the stcker on the door?

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looking for the weight by the stcker on the door?
Submitted: 9 years ago.
Category: Chevy
Expert:  Eric replied 9 years ago.


The base edition 1986 camaro with v6 weighs 2,900 lbs.

The fully loaded IROC edition weighed in at 3,278 lbs.

Chevrolet Camaro

1986 Chevrolet Camaro

1986 Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z
The 1986 IROC-Z was a potent performer,
but style also counted to buyers.

The 1986 Chevrolet Camaro got a few sportier touches on the base model, which proved, once again, to be the most popular. Added were a sport suspension, wider 14-inch tires on styled steel wheels, and sport exhaust system.

It still came standard with the 88-horsepower 2.5-liter four, but few Camaro buyers settled for the base engine. Those ordering either the 135-horsepower 2.8-liter V-6 or 155-horsepower 5.0-liter V-8 automatically got 15-inch wheels and a firmer suspension.


Traditionally the slowest-selling Camaro, the ritzy Berlinetta got only new interior trim -- which predictably failed to spark sales. Conversely, the performance-oriented Z28 and its brawnier IROC-Z stablemate were enjoying near-record popularity.

They were the only two models to offer the H.O. 5.0-liter V-8 with 190 horsepower (coupled only to a four-speed manual transmission) and the port-fuel-injected 5.0 with 215 horsepower (offered only with four-speed automatic).


With performance making a comeback from the dark days of yore, Camaro sales continued strong. Despite a design that had changed little since '82, Chevy's rear-drive sports coupe racked up better than 192,000 orders, an impressive showing for such a specialized automobile.

1986 Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z interior
Interiors on the IROC-Z and other Camaros
were functional but appliance-like.

1986 Chevrolet Camaro Facts

Model Weight range (lbs.) Price range (new)
Number built
Camaro 2,900-3,278 $8,935-$12,561192,128

Customer: replied 9 years ago.
i am looking for i guess the gvw on the sticker of the door
Expert:  Eric replied 9 years ago.


Is the sticker legible but not mention the gvw?

Customer: replied 9 years ago.
no, theres no door on the one im looking at!
so the stickers not on it
Expert:  Eric replied 9 years ago.


I will opt out. Sorry, I dont have the gvwr. I will send this to another GM expert to help you with

Expert:  Eric replied 9 years ago.


Another expert was kind enough to send me the wieghts:

Shipping Curb
Weight Weight
Camaro Coupe 3025 3105
Convertible 3142 3220

Z/28 Coupe 3194 3273
Convertible 3298 3377

Weight Differentials
AC3 Power Seat 7.9
AM9 Fold Down Rear Seat -3.5
AU3 Power Locks 3.1
A31 Power Windows 3.9
B84 Side Molding 1.3
CC1 T-Tops 29.5
C49 Rear defogger 0.9
C60 Air conditioning 41.7 with V-6
C60 Air Conditioning 42.6 with 305 TPI & 700R4
C60 Air conditioning 46.3 with 305 TBI & 700R4
C60 Air Conditioning 42.7 with L98
DE1 Back window Shade 18.5
D34 Vanity Mirror 0.4
DG7 Electric Side Mirrors 1.3
F41 Suspension -6.6
J65 4-wheel disc brakes 2.6 (Z/28 w/L98 only)
K34 Cruise control 5.3
MD8 Automatic Trans 101.9 (with 305 & 350)
N10 Dual exhaust 12.8
T96 Fog Lamps 4.4
UA1 H.D. Battery 0.4
UL5 Radio delete -5.7
U75 Power Antenna 2.6