Our Detroit Showroom is proud to offer a fully documented and extremely well built 1996 Chevrolet Camaro SS that has received the full SLP treatment out of the box. This one owner Camaro has been babied its entire life and has received all the proper muscle car components to make sure that your experience behind the wheel is a memorable one, every time! At first glance, the freshly waxed torch red paint force you to throw your hands over your eyes with its showroom shine. This Camaro is easily noticed and heard but retains much of its stock cosmetics. It is once you walk up to the rear wheels and notice the Mickey Thompson street slicks on the SLP 5-spoke aluminum wheels that you start to realize this Camaro means business. Peek under the rear hatch and the nitrous bottle instantly gives you an adrenaline rush before you even hop into the drivers seat. When this car left the dealership in 1996, it was sent to SLP Engineering and received the full treatment. This Camaro received a 383cid LT-1 Stroker engine package which includes 30lb fuel injectors, AFR Heads, Eagle Rods, Eagle Pistons, Eagle Crank and polished aluminum valve covers. To help translate power, SLP has added subframe connectors, strut tower brace and Sortline Springs. The clutch is a high performance Centerforce Clutch and the transmission has been completely rebuilt and received a 30T Viper OPS conversion. This Camaro is documented from the day it left the showroom. This iconic muscle car has nearly 500HP and puts power down to the pavement with ease. For more information on this 1996 SLP Camaro SS, please contact sales at 313-982-3100 or reach us via email at Detroit@GatewayClassicCars.com. For over 125HD photos and video, please visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com.
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