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  • Mike Norris Motorsports-tuned LS3 V8 / 479 dyno-proven rear-wheel horsepower
  • Kooks 3-inch exhaust / Quick Time Performance cutouts / Flowmaster Pro Series mufflers
  • Tremec TR6060 6-speed manual transmission / Hydraulic clutch
  • GM Performance Parts ZL1 driveline upgrade / 3.73 gears
  • Suspension upgraded with Pedders and UMI hardware
  • Factory power steering / Upgraded factory Brembo 4-wheel power disc brakes
  • 20-inch TSW Nurburgring wheels
  • Fully documented
  • RS Package / ZL1 grille
  • 1-owner car that's logged only 12,343 miles


* 1-owner car that's logged only 12,343 miles
* Mike Norris Motorsports-tuned LS3 V8 / 479 dyno-proven rear-wheel horsepower
* Tremec TR6060 6-speed manual transmission / Hydraulic clutch
* GM Performance Parts ZL1 driveline upgrade / 3.73 gears
* Kooks 3-inch exhaust / Quick Time Performance cutouts / Flowmaster Pro Series mufflers
* Suspension upgraded with Pedders and UMI hardware
* Sale includes an original window sticker, build receipts and official dyno results
* RS Package / ZL1 grille
* 20-inch TSW Nurburgring wheels
* Factory power steering / Upgraded factory Brembo 4-wheel power disc brakes


Like most new cars, new muscle cars have gotten quite a bit softer. Because of a broader clientele, basic build commonality and smothering safety standards, many of today's offerings perform well, but just don't feel as exciting as their rowdy ancestors. That's where the aftermarket comes in. And while this clean Camaro Super Sport may have left GM's Oshawa facility as a refined grocery getter, it's been carefully whittled into a sharply focused prizefighter thanks to many choice upgrades. Presently, with just 12,343 original miles, a thoroughly modified suspension and 479 horses flowing directly to its rear wheels, the car is a brutal, vintage-sounding road rocket. And, whether you're looking for a hardened curve-carver or just a genuinely fun hot rod, it's attractive, well-priced entertainment!


Logging mostly weekend miles since it rolled out of Penske Chevrolet's Indianapolis showroom, this awesome, 1-owner coupe is a spotless and lust worthy approach to the ultimate modern enthusiast's car. Super clean Summit White 2-stage, freshly detailed with Satin Black stripes by our own RKM Performance Center, could be considered an aggressive take on the beloved Storm Trooper craze that's currently permeating the hobby. Naturally, the car's slick, showroom-fresh fit is as close to perfect as factory fodder can get. Smoked maker lamps, blackout taillight trim and monochromatic emblems combine with a ZL1 grille and optional RS aesthetics to highlight the previous owner's intense focus on details. And honestly, with so few miles on the clock, this pristine Chevy just hasn't had the opportunity to find any significant trouble on the street or in the ditch. It's nice to see that, in a galaxy that continues to move further and further from performance, there are still aftermarket-supported options that elevate fun and style above all else!


Speaking of fun, this Camaro's thoroughly tweaked mill ensures plenty of tail-twisting laughs thanks to the 479 horsepower and 451 lb./ft. of torque the car channels directly through its rear tires. GM Powertrain invested a great deal of time and research into getting the most out of its Gen IV small block, and it definitely shows. Changes started with a 20% stronger casting, featuring an increased bore of 103.25mm. Focus was then shifted to flow efficiency, resulting in the use of rectangle-port heads and an all-new intake manifold. Factor in a new piston design, and injectors borrowed from the brutal LS7, and you get a very potent street car that happily doubles as an everyday commuter. Of course, as I mentioned, this Chevy is a take on the ultimate modern enthusiast's car. And that's how it came to be paired with a roster of first-class aftermarket componentry. Up top, a Roto-Fab Cold Air Kit utilizes an Advanced Flow Engineering filter to feed a spiral-ported VMAX throttle body and ported VMAX intake. That intake sets up factory LS3 heads, which hang a Comp Cam Trunion upgrade kit and Total Engine Airflow GM LSX springs above a custom Comp cam that was fitted by Mike Norris Motorsports. That cam spins a Summit Racing underdrive pulley between stainless Kooks headers and an Apex Motorsports catch can. And everything communicates well thanks to a custom Mike Norris Motorsports dyno tune.


Take a look under this Chevy and you'll find a substantially upgraded chassis that's clean, proven and ready to pound the pavement. Side step the car's third pedal and a tough hydraulic clutch engages a slick-shifting Tremec 6060 6-speed. That transmission is hooked to a GM Performance Parts ZL1 driveline upgrade, which spins buff, 3.73 gears. Built around that driveline is a Nurburgring-tested independent performance suspension that, with the help of UMI Toe Rods, UMI Trailing Arms, polyurethane bushings and Pedders adjustable coil-overs, is capable of pulling almost 1 g through corners. Variable-ratio, speed-sensitive power steering, big Brembo calipers and giant, drilled and slotted rotors combine with factory ABS and electronic brake distribution to ensure this is the best handling Camaro to date. GM's Stabilitrak traction and stability control system works with a 6-speed Camaro SS-exclusive launch control system to keep the power safe and manageable. A sweet but equally brutal soundtrack is piped through 3-inch collectors to remote-controlled Quick Time Performance cutouts, or Kooks 3-inch stainless pipes that hang an X-shaped crossover in front of 3-inch Flowmaster Pro Series mufflers and polished stainless tips. And the car's “CHEVROLET” branded calipers are fronted by 20-inch TSW Nurburgrings, which spin 275/40 Pirelli P Zeros in front of 305/35 Mickey Thompson ET Street Radials.


Inside this pristine Camaro you'll find a factory-spec interior that displays very little wear. The car's cloth, French-stitched seats are supple, supportive and near perfect in every way. The dash hangs traditional, silver-trimmed gauges around a standard Driver Information Center. At the center of that dash, controls for a satellite-capable, MP3-compatible sound system ride above factory 4-pack accessory gauges and a billet MGW shifter. Below those gauges, like-new carpet is protected by color-keyed floor mats and bright Chevy sill plates. Opposite that carpet, a self-dimming mirror positions GM's award winning OnStar service in front of a factory-optioned sunroof. In front of the driver, an ornate steering wheel spins buttons for the car's standard cruise control around a standard tilt and telescoping column. Behind the passengers, a surprisingly spacious trunk features enough room for a weekend's worth of luggage. And naturally, all the luxuries you'd expect in a high dollar muscle car are present and accounted for including: power windows, power door locks, power mirrors, a power driver's seat and Remote Keyless Entry.


Nicely appointed from the factory, this killer F5 rolled in to Penske Chevrolet of Indianapolis, Indiana with a long list of standard and optional equipment. Here's a breakdown of the car's original window sticker.


* 6.2 liter V8 that's equipped with sequential fuel injection
* 6-speed manual transmission
* Limited-slip differential
* Performance suspension
* Variable-ratio power steering
* -----
* Dual stage front airbag system that's complete with passenger sensing technology
* Side head curtain airbags
* OnStar
* Stabilitrak system that's complete with traction control technology
* Brembo 4-wheel disc brake system that's complete with ABS
* Theft deterrent system
* Tire pressure monitoring system
* LATCH system
* Emergency trunk release
* Battery rundown protection
* -----
* Dual exhaust system that's complete with polished stainless tips
* Rear spoiler
* 20-inch painted aluminum wheels
* Intermittent windshield wipers
* Power outside rearview mirrors
* Automatic halogen headlamps
* Daytime running lamps
* -----
* Satellite-capable, MP3-compatible AM/FM stereo that's complete with a CD player
* 6-speaker audio system
* Universal home remote
* HVAC that's complete with air filtration
* Driver Information Center
* Front reading lamps
* Auto-dimming rearview mirror
* Tilt and telescoping steering wheel
* Cruise control
* Sport bucket seats that are covered in cloth surfaces
* 6-way power driver's seat
* 2-way manual passenger's seat
* Full folding rear seat that opens a trunk pass through
* Leather-wrapped steering wheel
* Leather-wrapped shift knob
* Carpeted front floor mats
* Console that's complete with two cupholders and two power outlets
* Power door locks
* Remote Keyless Entry
* Power windows that are complete with express up and express down
* Remote trunk release
* Rear window defroster
* Tire sealant and inflator kit

* RS Package ($1,200)
* -- Flangeless, Midnight Silver aluminum wheels (20x8 front / 20x9 back)
* -- Body-color roof ditch moldings
* -- HID headlamps that are complete with halo rings
* -- Rally Sport-exclusive tail lamps
* Sunroof ($900)
* Satin Nickel finish fuel door ($175)
* Cargo mat ($135)







* A 2010 Camaro marketing brochure
* The aforementioned window sticker
* The car's original Owner's Manual and accessory paperwork
* Receipts for the car's upgrades
* Component paperwork pertaining to those upgrades
* The car's official dyno results
* Two key fobs
* Two remotes for the car's Quick Time Performance exhaust cutouts

Even without its roster of first-class bolt-ons, this Camaro is worthy of any performance enthusiast. In fact, considering the car's ample power and almost universal appeal, it's hard to think of a sub-$50K offering that's more desirable. Add in huge aftermarket support, low miles and an impressive list of standard equipment, and this starts to sound like the deal of the century. So, if you're craving some exceptional modern muscle, pick up the phone, schedule a visit and sign the title to this awesome Chevy!

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