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1997 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

Z28 2dr Hatchback

Price

$27,995

Mileage

36,189

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Vehicle Info

condition
Condition
Used
engine
Engine
5.7L V8
transmission
Transmission
Manual 6-Speed
drivetrain
Drivetrain
RWD
fuel
Fuel
Gasoline
exterior-color
Exterior Color
Red
interior-color
Interior Color
Black
stock
Stock #
P1851
request-VIN
VIN
2G1FP22P9V2105274
Fuel Economy
CITY
15
fuel-economy
HWY
24
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Description

This Camaro is nicely equipped for performance and handling. To start it has pacesetter headers k8n air filter with performance hooker exhaust y-pipe with hooker chambered muffler. This give the lt1 a great sound and boosting the power to the 300hp mark with the help from the slp lt4 set up. It has full msd ignition system with 8.5mm wires, msd blaster coil and msd opti and sti super dampener balancer, aam rear differential aluminum finned cover. Appearance starts with headlight assembly depo led headlights, weld wheels Kumho ecst tires 265/35zr19 front and 305/30 zr19 rear slotted rotors, and Umi lowing springs. The dark tint glass breaks up the red for a nice touch. Handling starts with large 1/3/8 thick sway bar, Umi performance Panhard bar kit tubular subframe bars, and rear sway bar lower control arms, front strut tower brace. performance Panhard bar kit tubular subframe connector bars, and rear sway bar lower control arms. the shifting is great with the hurst shifter and knob. The double din pioneer stereo with backup camera upgraded speakers works nicely in the car and not to over the top. And SLP's '97 SS jumped to approximately 3,200 units sold through June 1997. SLP's growth peaked in July 1997 with the production of 7,900 Camaro SS, Fire hawk, and Trans Am WS6 models. The SLP engine facility in Lachine balanced, blueprinted and dyno'd 135 LT4 engines for Camaro SS and Fire hawks. 1997 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Chevrolet originally introduced the Z28 option on the Camaro when it was first introduced and it endured throughout several major body changes over the years. The high performance version of the small block Camaro became an icon that still carries the high revving stop light to stop light mystique today. This example is a solid and great running and driving one. It is finished in the most desirable cosmetic combination with all the right options. Take advantage of a rising star in the collector car arena, get this one today and be ahead of the market then enjoy the power performance and profit from being one of the early ones with insight. It Features a Strong running 5.7 Liter V8 with Fuel Injection Smooth Shifting 6 speed transmission Newer 245-50R16 Goodyear Eagle GT Blackwall Radial Tires Correct 16 inch Alloy Wheels Center caps Tight Front End Excellent Carpets and Red and Black Interior Finished in freshly buffed and waxed Bright Red Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel Excellent Smoked Glass T Tops with Diffusion Dual Outside Rear View Mirrors Power Windows Full Dual Exhaust with correct Longitudinal Box Tips Tasteful and Subtle Pinstripes Full Console Power Locks Rear Window Defroster Front and Rear Seat Belts Factory Instrumentation Tilt Steering Column 4 Wheel ABS Power Disc Brakes Freshly Detailed Engine Bay and Trunk with Mat Jack and Spare 36K miles on the odometer In 1997, SLP Engineering took LT4 engines left over from the 1996 Corvette Grand Sport production run and installed them in 100 Camaro SS coupes. The result was one of the most powerful fourth-generation Camaros ever built: the 1997 Chevrolet Camaro 30th Anniversary SS LT4. Few, if any, of these cars ever hit the showroom floor, since they were spoken for well before getting to dealers. SLP could have simply placed the LT4 in the 30th Anniversary SS, jacked the price up almost 18 grand and called it a day. Instead, they completely disassembled, balanced, blueprinted and enhanced the engine with stress plates. From there, one out of five engines was put through its paces on a Super flow dynamometer, and every LT4 SS car was tested on a chassis dynamometer and road-tested for six miles. Performance Specs: So, other than bragging rights, what did you get by coughing up all this extra cash? For starters, you have performance exhaust, a lightweight drive shaft, Bilstein sport suspension and a Thorsen limited slip differential. Options for the LT4 SS were limited and consisted of a Level III Bilstein suspension package and Goodr

Features

  • Rear Spoiler
  • Front Air Conditioning
  • Power Steering
  • Steering Wheel - Tilt
  • Abs - 4-Wheel
  • Limited Slip Differential - Rear
  • Power Brakes
  • Gauge - Tachometer
  • Cassette
  • Radio - Am/Fm
  • Daytime Running Lights
  • Wheel Diameter - 16 Inch
  • Wheels - Aluminum Alloy
  • Tinted Glass
  • Front Wipers - Intermittent
  • Front Airbags - Dual
  • Front Seat Type - Bucket
  • Upholstery - Cloth

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