The B4C was the option code that Chevrolet used for the "Special
Service Package" that was developed for law enforcement use
vehicles. Chevrolet only produced 135 of these special outfitted
Camaros in 1993. This is one of those special 1993 Chevrolet
Camaros. This particular Camaro is very original with low miles
just under 25000. Powered by the LT1 5.7L V8 and backed by a 4
speed automatic transmission. Also included in the B4C package were
4 wheel disc brakes, engine oil cooler, limited slip rear axle with
3.23 gear ratio, 125 AMP alternator, and ride & handling
suspension. The Medium Patriot Red exterior is in excellent
condition The exterior of the B4C's were stripped of any
identification that would let you know that it was a performance
vehicle. The Medium Gray cloth interior is also in excellent
condition. Nicely optioned with fog lights, AM/FM with cassette,
cruise control, A/C, power windows, power locks, rear defrost, and
dual power mirrors. This particular example is very well documented
including copy of original title, original manifest, original order
invoice, and original purchase order. The police department that
ordered this Camaro new, only had possession for 3 months, so it
was not put into use. Therefore the interior and exterior were
never modified for an officers equipment. Here is an opportunity to
own a very special and unmolested piece of Camaro history.
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