Black exterior, Ebony/Red interior. 5.7L V8 LS1 engine, 6 speed manual transmission, SLP Package, CME exhaust, Low Miles. This fourth generation Camaro is very nice with some great options. The all aluminium 5.7L LS1 runs great with plenty of power. The T56 6 speed manual transmission shifts great and makes this car a blast to drive. The exterior paint has a great shine. The interior is very clean with a great dash. Red inserts on the seats and door panels really set the interior apart from others. This car has a set of brand new tires wrapped around 17 inch 10 spoke SS wheels. This car has the highly sought after HARD TOP roof. Not many of these car came with a hard top roof AND many power options. Some options include: power windows, locks, driver seat, and mirrors, Super Sport package, SS hood and spoiler, leather interior, 345 horsepower center mount exhaust, SLP package, tilt steering wheel, steering wheel controls, 4 wheel disc brakes, and any more... This Camaro will not last long! Ask to see the Carfax!
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