1997 Chevrolet Chevrolet Camaro Z-28 - Loudonville - Cars for sale, used cars for sale, Loudonville - 1977722


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1997 Chevrolet Chevrolet Camaro Z-28 - Cars for sale, used cars for sale

Ref. number: 1977722 Updated: 08-05-2015 03:21

Price: 4 000 USD $

Offering: Cars for sale, used cars for sale in United States, New York, Loudonville

Here it is all! This is my baby, it took 4 years and a lot of head scratching to build and we have had 3 years to enjoy it but it is time to find another home and other "roads". The base car is a 1997 Camaro Z-28 Convertible that had a stock LT-1 350. It was completely rebuilt as a tribute to the 1969 Camaro SS. Everyone who has seen it believes it is what GM should have done with the Gen 5 (but that is just their opinion). About all that is left untouched from the original car is the windshield and subframe (though that has been beefed up dramatically). Everything else has been upgraded and/or modified. The list is huge and I can provide it to serious bidders. I have also attached two video links. The first is my own home made review of the car shot last week (I am not good at this). The second is a bit more professional and was shot by Comp Cams to show off their new EZ TCU Transmission control unit. I had one of the first TCI 6X Transmissions and it came out before the EZ TCU was ready so Comp Cams took the car back and used it for the install video. You will see that this is also during the build out of the car (no roll bar and interior was still stock). Here is a bit about the car. I have had it to 184mph on the GPS (not recommended but we had to see). It ran out of Cam but the motor still had more. Cam is relatively mild LT-1 Performer (with matching Heads) from Comp. It Is fast, last DYNO was over 400HP to RW and almost immediate 400+ ft lbs of torque that stayed constant through the band. Power is a bored and stroked (to 396) LT-1 with Eagle Crank and running 13.5:1 compression on Mahle pistons. It needs 105 Octane minimum. I usually run C-10 (107 octane). I have run it on premium gas in a pinch and it runs but the tune is not set up for that and I would worry about long term effect. Could easily be converted to ethanol with bigger injectors but never saw the benefit or need. Moroso cold air intake, Griffin oversized radio and a number of other items round out the front (lots of Hotchkis and BMR tubular parts throughout - Strut tower, upper and lowers A arms, rear sway, Frame rail, etc). Power feeds through TCI torque converter to the TCI 6X transmission into an Eaton Tru Track inside a Moser Built rear end. I believe we ended up with 3:73 gearing but may have went weird to a 3:92 at one point?). Hooker headers feed into a Magnaflow exhaust and sound AWESOME!.Brakes are Wilwood 6 piston in front and 4 piston in rear. Wheels are Foose Df-5 Black, Rubber is Nitto Envo. Interior has Recaro buckets in front with custom houndstooth cloth in front and rear. Air bags do not work. Granitelli 200mph dash with custom race steering wheel. I am forgetting a ton but have most of all of the paperwork from all of the components. The car is solid but is NOT something for a beginner or novice. Originally built it for Autocross but it is a bit too torquey. It gets the MOST attention at any place it goes and literally rides on rails. Look at the videos and email with questions. I expect to get about 30% of what it took to build this car so the reserve is much lower than what you have seen similar builds sell for (and they are not built like this car). Home Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLMu_o1VgPg& feature=youtu.be Comp Cams Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSkD1bNeVTM

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