This 2011 Chevrolet Camaro SS convertible just has "WOW" written
over every inch of its bold yellow appearance. But beyond the
aggressive looks, this loaded drop top has a serious supercharged
V8 to make sure it's memorable whether it's standing still or
Those who know about fast and modern Camaros know about Redline Motorsports. They make limited runs (this is #006) of super fast machines. With that kind of legacy, we like seeing a Camaro that grabs attention like this Rally Yellow drop top. It's one of those factory hues that look like it could be custom paint. Of course, that's also true because it's part of a larger custom package. The special HTR side stripes and specially painted Lexani 22-inch wheels merge nicely with the factory striping and black convertible top to create a uniform yellow and black package that looks like no other. So this one is too unique to even make Bumblebee references! And while this is already an attention-grabber, the power bulge in the hood, subtle rear spoiler, and bright exhaust tips, shows that this one does a fine job of reminding you there is plenty of performance under the skin.
Step inside where the premium upholstery on this Camaro SS continues the car's dark attitude. But at the same time, it also adds plenty of luxury. This is best seen on the black leather seats that offer the kind of support and comfort that only a modern bucket can. Being a retro car means blending old and new styles together. The three-spoke steering wheel feels fat and grippy in your hands. It offers an unobstructed view of the deeply recessed gauges that are a modern take on the round dials in an early Camaro. Auxiliary gauges are down low on the console where they belong, just ahead of the desirable manual shifter. While all of those are great throwback features, this one is also loaded with modern conveniences such as power seats, power windows, power locks, cruise control, tilt wheel, key-less entry, dual airbags, and a modern AM/FM/CD factory stereo. You have a heads-up display so you don't have to take your eyes off the road. Plus, with power windows and a power convertible top, you never have to leave the driver's seat go from enclosed luxury to a wind-in-your-hair experience. And with both modern air conditioning and heated seats, you'll be able to enjoy top-down motoring nearly all year long.
We know you skipped ahead to see the engine bay stuffed with serious power. The original fuel-injected 6.2-liter LS3 V8 was upgraded with a TVS2300 supercharger... and it's only the start of the full Redline treatment. It also has been enhanced and fortified with components like a Redline roller camshaft, Comp Cams trunnion kit, Redline dual valve springs, and .080" chromoly push rods. Plus, it makes a terrific rumble as the MBRP dual exhaust includes long tube headers, high flow catalytic converters, and a performance X-pipe construction. Best of all, you have full control over the supercharged beast and its ferocious growl thanks to the Tremec TR6060 six-speed manual transmission. Because you want the best performance over any pavement, you've got a fully independent suspension, Nitto performance tires, and Brembo four-wheel disc brakes w/ABS.
This custom Camaro not only looks practically new, but with barely 19K miles on this speedy droptop, it basically is! Don't miss out on a powerful, unique, and head-turning modern classic like this. Call now!
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