You are looking at car number 1,932 of the SLP Z28 SS cars produced
in 1996. With only 35,527 miles, this is a great collector car. It
is in like new condition inside and out as well as top to bottom.
With the purchase of this car you will receive all of the original
documentation pictured. This includes the original window sticker,
SLP Engineering Camaro Z28 SS Alteration Package sticker/invoice,
owners manual, consumer information tag, original dealer prep tag
and service number, 3 specialized key tags showing car number and
Z28 SS logo, leather owners manual case, anti-lock brake
information card, original owner assistance information book,
original 1996 Z28 SS owners manual supplement and the original pre
delivery inspection check list. This Camaro was optioned with the
Z28 Preferred Equipment Group #2 which included Fog lights, power
lock and windows, electric twin remote mirrors, leather steering
wheel, keyless entry, 4 way adjustable driver seat, and theft
system. Specific options were also added such as, removable roof
panels, automatic transmission w/ overdrive, Delco-Bose Audio
System, Leather seats, Upgraded to 6 way power adjustable drivers
seat, Performance axle, Z rated tires, rear window defogger, body
side moldings, color-keyed rear carpeted floor mats and
monochromatic roof. Total vehicle price in 1996 was $25,041.00. The
SLP Engineering Alteration PKG was a $5,025.00 additional charge.
This included a lightweight composite hood with functional cold air
induction, performance air induction high flow AC Filter, rear
decklid spoiler, 17 wheels with Z rated tires, upgraded anti-sway
suspension equipment and revised rear track bars, synthetic oil,
interior commemorative plaque, 3D SS graphics, Z28 Key fob chains,
performance exhaust system and Z28 SS front floor mats.
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