Don’t Be Intimidated: 1992 Chevrolet Lumina Z34 Dale Earnhardt Edition

The Lumina was Chevy’s version of the W-Body Pontiac Grand Prix or Buick Regal, but without the sportiness of the Pontiac brand or cushiness of the Buick brand. However, you could get it with the FE3 sport suspension, the “Euro” 3.4 liter LQ1 V6, a 5-speed Getrag gearbox, dual exhaust, and anti-lock brakes…and really lucky folks could get the Dale Earnhardt Limited Edition. Unfortunately, the Intimidator version was not created by the factory, so the future collector value is questionable…however, the car was created by Dale Earnhardt Chevrolet in Newton, NC, so collector value to NASCAR fans is not a question but a fact. Find this 1992 Chevrolet Lumina Z34 Dale Earnhardt Edition offered for $19,500 in Pacifica, CA via facebrake earnbook. Tip from Jason. Yes, this appears to be the same #25 edition offered in 2015.

From the seller:

1992 Chevrolet lumina Z34 Coupe 2D
Listed a week agoa week ago in Pacifica, CA
About this vehicle
Driven 2,000 miles
Manual transmission
Exterior color: Black · Interior color: Red
Fuel type: Gasoline
15.0 MPG city · 24.0 MPG highway · 18.0 MPG combined
2 owners
This vehicle is paid off
Clean title
This vehicle has no significant damage or problems.

Seller’s description
Up for sale is my 1992 Dale Earndhart addition Chevrolet Lumina. The car is in pristine condition, flawless actually, with only 2000 ORIGINAL DOCUMENTED MILES !!
I purchased the car from a dealership in Ohio, that dealership purchased the car from the Meccum Auction in Kissimmee Florida from the Dale Earndhart Chevrolet dealership. I have the documentation, including Dale Earnharts signature on a purchase agreement.
3.4 liter, Twin dual cam V-6 coupled with a 5 speed manual transmission. Obviously, EVERYTHING on the car works as it should. It doesn’t need ANYTHING !!
I have other cars for sale also, I’ve run out of room in my garages, time to sell off for others to enjoy.
I’m negotiable to an extent !!!
My name is Don, please contact me via text or phone call at [hidden information]
Thank you

See a better way to drive something #3?