Purchased new from San Juan Capistrano Chevy 5/17/09. At the time it was 1 of 4 new 5th edition Camaro's in South Orange County, Ca. Soon after purchase at 400 miles the car was loaned to Edelbrock Corp. in Torrance Ca. Originally they were interested in using as a template for measurements and installing an aftermarket exhaust system. The car stayed with Edelbrock for approximately 6 months and after much debate within the organization they (upon my authorization) used the car for the 2009 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. While at SEMA this car was to showcase the newly designed aftermarket products for the 5th edition Camaro. Edelbrock upgrades include that this car was the 1st 5th edition "Edelbrock E-Force Powered Camaro SS". Other parts added were X-Pipe Assembly (#6716), Sway Bars (front 52813/rear 52814), Coil Springs/lowered the car 1" (5237), Lower Trailing Arms (5200), Adjustable Rear Toe links (52801), Brake Lines (Russell 692380). Included in the pictures you will see the sign made for this car with the above details. Also note, Vic Edelbrock signed both the dash and Super Charger Cover as requested by me when I was presented the car back at the Torrance Facility May 7, 2010. At this time I was able to actually meet with Mr. Edelbrock and talk about the car. When he told me that he drove and really liked it, for me that was the icing on the cake. Other items I did soon afterward was lifetime window tint, had the stock wheels powder-coated mat black, Low Jack installed, custom storage cover and battery tender. This car has been pampered, garaged and covered since day 1 and shows as showroom condition. Parelli Tires are original and appear new. This is a blast to drive, has never, ever been abused or raced. Had an appraisal completed by Auto Appraisal Network April 11, 2011 at $72,400. The detailed appraisal book and all original documents are included with sale,
Note: Took the car out yesterday 12/16/17, she's running great and the miles just turned to 9600 (see the last pic). So the yearly average is about 1,371. Always pampered and looks the same as day I drove her off the showroom floor.
4/15/18, adjusted asking price from 58000 and now 54900.
5/4/18, car now has 9670 miles, took it out today, had it smogged and renewed the registration. Reasonable offers will be considered.
12/1/19, had the car out yesterday, stretched her legs and she was quite happy. Just turned 9700 miles too. Visited some friends that know the car well and they still can't believe she looks better than new. And that's no joke, she's just beautiful and runs killer.
3/19/19, took the car out for new tires today. Original tires were in near new condition and always garaged but since they were 10 years old, not worth chancing it. Milege today @ 9725.
4/14/19, Calif. registration paid for the year.
Would consider a trade for '68 thru '69 Camaro, Nova or Chevelle resto mod or unrestored of similar value.
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