This killer 2001 Intimidator SS is 1 of 83 special edition dealership cars commissioned by NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt, built by GMMG and sold by Dale Earnhardt Chevrolet in Newton, North Carolina. Logging only 48 miles since it rolled off GMs Sainte Therese, Quebec assembly line and straight into former NASCAR president Mike Heltons garage, this awesome first generation Intimidator SS is an essentially new 11 year old car that has hardly seen the light of day, much less any inclement weather. Its GM code 41 Onyx Black paint presents an extra sinister presence thanks to an expertly applied Silver stinger stripe; and naturally, its slick, showroom fresh fit and finish is as close to perfect as a factory car can get. Lift the cars sculpted hood and youll find a potent LS1 Generation III V8 that, with the aid of a new high flow carbon fiber air box and black mass airflow sensors, delivers in excess of 400 horsepower. Behind the engine youll find a slick-shifting Borg Warner T56 6-speed manual transmission which spins a GMMG fitted Posi-traction rear end with stout 3.73 gears. And thanks to a performance tuned double A-arm front and three link rear suspension, which is augmented by factory power steering and Eibach 1.5 inch progressive rate lowing springs, 100% of that stellar drivetrains power is effectively applied to both the straightaway and the corners. Stops come courtesy of power four wheel disc brakes which feature dimpled rotors and standard anti-lock software. Spent gases flow through aluminized factory pipes to a chambered GMMG cat back exhaust system thats capped with fresh stainless tips. And at the corners of the car, 17 inch American Racing 200S wheels, which are a direct nod to SCCA racers of the late 60s, spin sticky 275/40 Goodyear Eagle F1 radials around Magnetallic Gray spokes and chrome center caps. What better way to honor the legacy of the The Intimidator than driving around in a bad ass black muscle car with his name on it?
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