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This 2000 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is a loaded T-top coupe in desirable Super Sport trim. So you're going to love this one for everything from its value price to the fun that comes from a powerful fuel-injected V8.
This coupe is an opportunity. These LS-powered 4th gen Camaros are beginning to find their place in the classic car market. So if you've been searching for one to drive for fun, or looking for a car with appreciation potential, this one really seems to fit the bill. It's a clean and complete T-top coupe presented in its correct Arctic White paint. The odometer is believed to reflect the actual mileage, and the paint is believed to be original, so it has nice coverage but is not perfect. That's ideal for those who want a carefree driver or use the value price to invest in upgrades and personalization. The fundamentals are all there with good body panels, well-fitting doors, and 17-inch factory alloys. And as a true SS, has the added allure of being born a powerful Z/28, and then it received individual attention from the master at SLP before making it to the Chevy showroom. So you really see the unique elements, like the big hood scoop, bright dual exhaust tips, and larger rear spoiler that integrates quite nicely.
The black interior is inviting and loaded. The high-back bucket seats are done in leather under the covers, and yours power adjusts to the ideal position. There are also power windows, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, dual airbags, cruise control, a tilt wheel, and the premium Monsoon AM/FM/CD stereo. And if you do go for a drive with the T-tops out, the factory air conditioning will make sure you feel as cool as you look.
The engine bay is well-preserved, and so it makes for a nice way to showcase what is believed to be the original LS1 motor. This 5.7-liter fuel-injected V8 was shared with the Corvette. Chevy said that they de-tuned this version to keep the Vette on top, but these SLP cars with the fresh air hood scoop and upgraded exhaust always seemed to have missed that memo from corporate. That's what makes a car like this so unique and desirable... and likely for years to come. The four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive is great for both easy shifting and quick kick-downs for performance. Plus, there's plenty of control with four-wheel power disc brakes, ABS, power steering, and a sports suspension with sway bars front & rear.
This is the kind of modern classic that you get to enjoy today and watch the admiration grow as you take care of it into the future. So if you love a top-dog Camaro and an obtainable price, call today!
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