This 2000 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 SS is a stunning and low-mileage
example that just seems to know how to deliver a modern classic
with timeless style. So you'll love this one for everything from
its full midnight style to the ultra-desirable six-speed that
controls the powerful fuel-injected V8.
The odometer on this car is impressive. It averages under 1,700
miles annually, and so its life thus far has not been about the
daily grind. Instead, you can tell it only went out on those
special days when you could take the T-tops out and hear the V8
sing. This level of care is why the black paint looks original
mainly and continues to have an impressive gloss and shine. So we
love how the sleekness of this very dark SS gets added designation
as the sunlight smoothly rolls across the body. The darkness also
draws added attention to sporty contrasting pieces, like the
17-inch alloys and upgraded dual exhaust tips. Plus, the masters at
SLP were the ones who elevated the Z/28 to SSS status, and they
left special touches on the exterior. You get a cooler rear
spoiler, upgraded grille, and functional hood scoop channeling cool
air to LS power that lies within.
The entire Ebony interior also means you have a more timeless,
attractive dark style inside. And because this is a T-top classic,
it's easy to share this preserved package with the world. The
supportive leather seats are grippy in the corners and comfortable
for all-day drives. And yours power adjusts to the ideal driving
position. You'll love the experience of this loaded Camaro that
includes cold-blowing air conditioning, power windows, dual
airbags, cruise control, a tilt wheel, and the premium Monsoon
AM/FM/cassette stereo with CD changer. While you may find a little
wear in the seat bolster or a few marks on the floor mats, the
overall impression continues the feeling that this one is a low
mileage time capsule. But you can understand precisely why you're
supposed to take the collectible for a drive on an ideal day. After
all, nothing beats the feeling of the wind blowing through the
interior as you quicken its pace with every move of the Hurst
The engine bay is just as exceptionally preserved as the rest of
the car, and at the center is the exceptional LS1 fuel-injected V8.
This 5.7-liter was shared with the Corvettes of this year, and when
you get to the top-dog Camaro SS, there's some dispute over which
Chevy sibling made the most power. Plus, the six-speed manual
transmission means you are in firm control of this legendary V8.
There's plenty of control with four-wheel disc brakes, ABS, power
steering, a sport-tuned suspension, and Michelin Pilot sport tires.
That makes for an impressive package, and while this one appears
highly stock, there are a few well-integrated upgrades that are
hard to spot but make all the difference. The UMI Performance shock
tower brace, UMI tubular subframe connectors, and upgraded cat-back
stainless exhaust with MagnaFlow muffler add confidence to the
chassis and rumble - which are the cornerstones of driving fun.
Complete with the owner's manual. We bet you're starting to get the
complete picture on this one. It's a beautifully dark and respected
Camaro that loves to be a modern collectible while ensuring you
can't resist the opportunity to enjoy it properly. Call now!