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This is one of the most sinister Camaros to ever hit the streets or track. So if you were not one of the lucky few to receive one of the handful of 2015 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28s when new, this is now your rare opportunity to pick up this 505 hp monster that still has its sleek shine.
This looks like a track star, because it is one. Chevrolet's engineers took their time creating the ultimate Camaro by taking it back to its roots. The Z/28 package was born out of SCCA racing, and so they dove deeper into this heritage by honing the aerodynamic package on the best tracks in America as well as the Nurburgring. The result is a car that can beat Lamborghinis around Germany's famous road. But you don't see an international contender with this one. Instead the factory gray metallic has the kind of shiny finish you'd see on a well-oiled six-shooter. It's a true superstar with lightweight aluminum & carbon fiber hood, muscular arches, large spoiler, and special black 19-inch forged aluminum wheels. It's such a dark total package that the red of the Z badges and taillights boldly stick out so much, it looks like they are out for blood.
The first thing you will notice when you open the door are the Z/28 embroidered sports seats by the masters at Recaro. These leather sports seats are surprisingly extremely comfortable for their level of track bolstering. The suede inserts are repeated on the microfiber dash, doors, and special flat-bottom steering wheel. And the Hurst shifter is a cool touch that connects this Z/28 to its predecessors. This super coupe is loaded with plenty of convenience features such as power windows, power locks, keyless entry, cruise control, dual airbags, side airbags, and air conditioning. Plus, you may have noticed the stereo is now a modern Pioneer AM/FM/CD touchscreen infotainment unit that also runs the backup camera and Bluetooth. It's important to take note of this, because upgrading it in this gen Camaro is an expensive procedure that requires new panels to look this clean.
This Z/28 has its engine bay filled from fender to fender with 427 power. It's a bit of a modern twist on the legend with this numbers-matching LS7 V8. The motor already reliably made 505 horsepower when it was in the Corvette Z06 program, so the focus on the competition-oriented Z/28 was to fortify this modern V8. This included new pistons, titanium connecting rods, a cold-air intake, revised exhaust headers, and a dry-sump lubrication. One twist of the key and you're greeted to a raucous growl that you never thought a modern car would ever be capable of producing. The six-speed has the rowing action familiar to Camaro fans, but the ratios are much closer so you can really enjoy this on private tarmac. The fully independent suspension is a wonderfully engineered dance of technology. Not only does it use known components like modern bushings and anti-roll bars, but it also utilizes cutting-edge race car equipment like spool-valve dampers. The result is a vehicle that will embarrass more expensive hardware wherever you challenge it. There is a traction management system (no, not traction control) that helps understand where to send the rear wheel torque to optimize cornering and traction without losing speed. This works in conjunction with features like the race-inspired carbon-ceramic brakes, power steering, and Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires to create a feeling where you are in control and sticking to the blacktop like glue.
Complete with owner's manual, few had the chance at the Z/28 when this $75K car was new, and now your second chance at an instant classic also comes at a discount. You know how special this is, and that's why you have to hurry for this deal. Call today!!!
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