Attention all of you NASCAR fans, own a piece of NASCAR history. This 2010 Chevrolet Camaro Hendrick Performance (HP) Edition features a 6.2 V8 LS3 engine. It is equipped with a 6-Speed Manual Transmission. The exterior is Summit White with painted orange hood stripes. It has black leather interior with inferno orange accents on the front & rear seats and accent stitching on steering wheel, shift knob, door armrest, center console and seats. One of only 21 HP Edition Camaros built in 2010, this super-quick all-motor Camaro proves the limitless potential of the admired LS3. Customized by Hendrick Performance with a low restriction intake, and full stainless steel exhaust, this car has been Dyno-tuned to deliver an amazing 588 HP with 555 ft. lbs. of torque. To further complement the additional power, a Hurst shifter was installed for quicker and smoother shifting. This HP Camaro offers the complete performance package; even the handling characteristics were carefully considered and improved with the installation of lowering progressive-rate springs and stiffer sway bars. This HP Camaro stands out with a full list of aesthetic improvements, including a great looking set of custom wheels, carbon fiber front snake splitter and rear diffuser, carbon fiber painted-full-width spoiler, custom bowties, black taillight bezels, and HP badging. This car came out of the Rick Hendrick’s museum. Included with the purchase is a binder of photos showing the car being disassembled at Hendrick Performance and reassembled using the customizations noted in this description, a copy of the registry of all the HP cars built and a photo of Rick Hendrick signing the shock tower (which I requested as part of my deal). I am the second owner. The car has 1080 miles on it. It is under full warranty until 3/12/2020. Equipment: 2SS Package, RS Package, Sunroof, Leather Heated Seats, Boston Acoustic Sound System, Steering Wheel Audio Controls, Bluetooth, IPod and USB Input, XM Radio, OnStar, Custom Wheels, Power Windows, Power Locks, Power Seats, Power Mirrors, Cruise Control, CD Player, Gauge Package, Keyless Entry, Modifications: Hendrick Performance Package, Performance Springs and Sway Bars, Custom Wheels, Custom Rear Spoiler, Carbon Fiber Lower Rear Fascia, Carbon Fiber Splitter, Black Taillight Bezels, History: This car was produced in the GM assembly plant in Oshawa Canada. It was then shipped to Charlotte, NC where it was customized by Hendrick Performance.
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