800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Here's your chance to own a young survivor that has barely had any travels. This 2000 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 has been cherished by its previous owners so well that the 12,168 listed for the mileage is not a typo. But considering this affordable classic offers fuel-injected LS1 power and a loaded A/C interior, we know you won't be able to resist adding plenty to the odometer.
These later fourth-generation Camaros really have a terrific and detailed look. And the color-matched full body kit and spoiler extension on this example adds to the individuality while also enhancing the sharp angular style. This coupe has averaged less than 600 miles annually, and so that also contributes to the car's crisp presentation. The factory Light Pewter Metallic paint still looks great today. It's more understated than many of the red Z/28s you see these days. Then again, once the sunlight radiates off the metallic finish, you'll understand exactly why this color was chosen.
The interior continues this car's impressive level of preservation. There's a freshness inside that turns back the clock two decades. But the reason why you want a modern classic like this is also because it knows how to deliver modern comfort and usefulness, too. The front bucket seats have a high-back style with excellent bolstering for all-day comfort. They have a cool look where the darker gray pattern insert gives a tasteful yet distinctive touch to the presentation. And this is repeated on the rear seats and door panels for a uniform style. You'll love the luxury experience of this loaded Camaro that includes power windows, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, dual airbags, and the premium/powerful Monsoon AM/FM/CD stereo system. The grippy sports steering wheel has controls for the radio and cruise control, and it's mounted on a tilt column to give you an excellent view of the full gauge package. And of course, cold-blowing R134a air conditioning makes every trip an easy one.
Chevy's 5.7-liter LS1 V8 is one of the big reasons these later fourth-gen Camaros remain popular. It was a leap forward in the V8 wars with a fuel-injected powerhouse that offered a lighter construction and more muscle. So it's great to have the numbers-matching unit in such a time capsule of a car. It's a smooth runner going down the road, which is heightened by the power steering and four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive. Plus, there's plenty of control with four-wheel power disc brakes with ABS, the Z/28's sports suspension with thick sway bars front & rear, and modern Cooper performance tires on the factory 16-inch alloy wheels.
The sale comes complete with the original window sticker and owner's manual. Now is the time to act because you're not the only one who can afford this distinct time capsule Z/28. Call now!
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