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FS: 2000 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

Posted: Mon Jun 25, 2018 9:42 pm
by DSC9000
2000 Chevrolet Camaro Z28
5.7L LS1 - 6 speed manual
121,500 miles
17x9 SS wheels
275/40-17 Falken Azenis RT6125K (less than 2,000 miles and 30 autox runs)

Tons of parts:
Strano SP141 Springs, Koni Yellow SA shocks, Strano 35mm F + 22mm R sway bars
UMI rear lower control arms, UMI rear lower control arm relocation bracket, UMI panhard bar relocation kit, UMI adj. panhard bar, UMI torque arm, UMI tranmission crossmember/torque arm relocation, UMI weld-in subframe connectors, UMI shock tower brace
Turn One power steering pump, steering rack rebuilt by Turn One, Derale power steering cooler, UMI delrin rack mount bushing
Hawk HPS 5.0 pads, fresh Raybestos rotors, Strano master cylinder brace, braided stainless brake lines
Stock 10-bolt rear, Richmond 3.90 gear, fresh seals and bearings, aluminum diff cover (work done by Ring & Pinion Shop in Clinton Township)
LS6 intake manifold, SLP airbox lid, smooth bellows, and cold air duct, LS6 valley pan and fixed orifice PCV system
Hooker Blackheart 1 7/8" mid-length headers, Hooker Blackheart 2.5" true-dual exhaust
Cam Motion Titan 1 camshaft (218/222, .586"/.578", 112 LCA), PAC 1219 single beehive valve springs, Cam Motion 5/16 pushrods (7.425"), Hinson C7R timing chain, LS2 timing gear and chain damper, bronze sleeve rocker arm trunnions
Dewitts aluminium radiator
AEM UEGO wideband + gauge (set up to provide input to HP Tuners MPVI Pro)
Sparco 350mm leather steering wheel, Alpine head unit, Kicker KS-Series speakers, Kicker KX400.1 amp, Kicker Comp RT 10" sub
Many more replacement parts...

The good:
The car is clean and drives well. It stays cool with the big DeWitts radiator. A/C and cruise control both function great. It's a competent autox car. I'm running it in CAMC. It's not the fastest thing out there, but it's easy to drive and a hoot to hoon around in. It makes plenty of power for most people, sounds good, and has great driveability. Southern car (CarFax shows it came from Kentucky in 2010) with no rust and clean underside. Super clean engine internals observed during cam install (I have photos).

The bad:
There is a large dinger in the right rear quarter, near the taillamp (visible in the second photo... a paintless dent guy could probably work this out). Windshield is cracked. Right front fender has been repainted and did not use proper elasticizer for plastic fender. Finish is smooth and shiny on the fender, but there it checking under the clearcoat. Black roof hoop has bubbles (see GM bulletin 03-08-98-001: Apparently this car wasn't fixed under warranty). Paint chips typical of 18 year old car with 120,000 miles.

I'm asking $9,500. If you want to make a serious offer, I'm all ears, but I'm not looking for any trades. If you want more photos, just ask.

Mike: 586-307-6289 - call or text


Re: FS: 2000 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

Posted: Tue Nov 27, 2018 9:38 am
by DSC9000