This Low Miled 1997 30th Anniversary Z28 Chevrolet Camaro is presented in Artic White Exterior with Orange Hugger Stripes. It has a Z28 coupe 5.7L V8 Fuel Injection engine that produces 285 hp @ 5000 rpm with 325 lb-ft of torque @ 2400 rpm. This Camaro has always been a North Carolina car since NEW according to the CLEAR carfax report. This is what we know about the 30th Anniversary Z28 Camaro according to Chevrolet. For the 1997 model year, the Camaro featured a new interior and tri-colored taillights that would be standard on all models from 1997 to 2002. It was offered with a '30th Anniversary Edition' that included unique orange stripes on white base paint. It was only available on the Z28 and SS models. A 30th Anniversary Camaro must be white with orange stripes and may be identified by RPO code Z4C on the trim tag. A total of 979 30th Anniversary SS Camaros were made in 1997. An additional 108 30th Anniversary Camaro SS vehicles were modified by SLP to include a 330 hp (246 kW) version of the LT4 engine (108 total LT4 cars were made, 100 US, 6 Canadian & 2 prototypes). SS cars will have RPO code R7T. The LT4 was the fastest factory-built Camaro available, as well as the most expensive at over US$38,000. New 5-spoke 16-inch wheels became standard on the Z28 this year (17' ZR1 style on SS coupe models) available in either polished, chrome, or white on the 30th Anniversary models, replacing the previous 10-spoke design. Please contact Kennith Stewart at 1-877-689-6930 for more information.