1994 Camaro Z28 with the rare 1LE package. It has a 5.7L with a
6spd manual transmission. There were only 135 of this particular
model produced in 1994. The car has only 27,557 miles on it as of
2/26/21 and weighs in at 3300lbs with a full tank of gas and no
driver. As you can tell from pictures, the car is not in stock form
and has been optimized for power and handling and will give any
modern muscle car a run for the money. The car has a documented
history (all paperwork/receipts included, including alignment and
suspension specs) and has been garage kept when is not in use,
stored winters and is in excellent condition for its age. A
protective ceramic coating was applied by Carisma Customs in 2020.
This car has has evolved from its stock build over the years to be
a nationally competitive build for SCCA Solo 2 racing. In 2010 the
car competed at the SCCA Nationals where it took 1st place in ESPL
and 8th place in ESP. Currently the car is setup to compete in the
CAM T class in SCCA Solo 2. In February of 2018 it was featured in
Grassroots Motorsports Magazine - click the link for the online
Third owner of the car. Personally know the first two owners, so
the lineage of the car is available if need be. Below is a list of
what has been done to the car to bring it up to the performance of
today's muscle cars: Drivetrain Cold air intake Larger throttle
body by TPS Balanced and blueprinted LT4 built by Danny Popp
Retuned ECU with LT4 knock module (previous owner dyno'd the car @
420hp) BBK headers with 3" exhaust. Exhaust dump before rear axle.
Legally measures 95db at 50' - Loud and proud! Heavy duty
Opti-spark with high temp wires and Iridium plugs Fidanza aluminum
flywheel Centerforce clutch 1993 option code G92 (close ratio)
Transmission - car will do 70-74mph in 2nd gear. GM aluminum
driveshaft Torsen T2R differential with Richmond 3:42 gears
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