They have always been small -- my '79 Z/28 trunk was tiny as well.
Dang you quoted my typo before I caught it! Hehe
Not "ZR1" but supposed to be "ZL1." Whoops.
I'll take a boss 302 over this, or better yet a GT500
thats if I had to choose something american
If there is a customer who is willing to buy it for that price, why not?
at least its a manual.
Yes, but is it bitchin?
If I had money to spend like that and had my heart set on a Camaro I would buy a few cheaper ones so me n my friends could go and have some fun rather then have just one
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And I bet my Ford will beat it. :laugh:
LOL is all I have.
TCL favorite answer "I rather have a Mustang". Doesn't matter if you are talking about buying a Prius or R8, answer is always ' I rather have a Mustang"
From a collector standpoint, I'd totally buy it. A brand new showroom stock SLP ZL1 with the manual is pretty rare. Not fair to assess this car's performance-for-the-dollar value as the price is derived from the rarity of it.
I want to know how much the Camaro Drag Pack cars are going for.
IIRC, the Ford Cobra Jet and Challenger Drag Pak went for low-mid 70s from the dealer.
It's a new-age Yenko. Stick it in the garage for the next 40 years and never drive it and you'll be able to get your money back. ;)
I'd rather have the real ZL1.
Theres a 2012 camaro at the local dealer ship that costs about 120K as well
All i remember it had 750+ HP and had "HPE" letters on it with cross drilled brakes
And guys who are in their 20s and 30s today wanting that car, will eventually be in their 60s, still wanting that car, and will likely put down an absurd amount of money for it given the chance. And they'll take it to a car meet. And they'll stand around, talking with the other guys in their 60s who will mill around their CRX, admiring the lines and talking about the "good ole' days" (ie. 1989).
That camaro has a 300+ horsepower pinstripe added on by the dealer that nobody wants.