2011 Camaro SS, Turbonetics Turbocharged, Summit White, 6500 miles, in SoCal.
Unfortunately, I am looking to sell my baby. I love this car, and have put lots of time designing it, and money to get it where it is today. I had even bigger plans for this car, but that's okay :(. Owning a Camaro SS been my dream since I was child, so this car is very special to me. However, I have made the decision to switch careers, and I will need all the funds I can get to make the transition as smooth as possible. With that said, the car must go to make it happen. My training will be extremely expensive, and I have to prepare ahead of time. Trust me, it breaks my heart to do this :brokenheart::sad0147:, but it's the only way. If the car doesn't sell, I'll think about other plans to make it happen, but right now, this is worth a shot.
The car is southern California based and garaged every day, and driven to shows. It is in excellent condition, and I take amazing care of it. It's never been to the track, even though it would be blast :nod:. I purchased the car brand new from Rydell Chevy in May 2011. It is a 2011 Camaro 1SS, and it has been drastically modded since then (I have even added items such as a HUD, etc. that a 1SS usually doesn't come with). As of right now, the car has just under 6500 miles on it.
The pictures I have in my build thread are not current unfortunately, but that needs to be updated since a lot has changed since then. So, go to the end of my build thread and sift through a few pictures before I take all new ones in the coming weeks. Once they are done, I'll post them in this thread.
There are normal wear and tear things like small nicks on the front fascia since it's a lowered car, as well as very minute ones on the hood. Overall, it's in amazing condition, and it's treated as such. I'm one picky son of a B. If possible, it may be worth getting the car retuned since it has had the stock cats put on (it was tuned for straight pipes), but the car is likely not off it's mark a ton since the change. One thing to add about this car being Turbocharged is that the Turbonetics kit is smog legal and can be used as such under the right circumstances. However, with Cali's standards, the car technically isn't even smog legal because of the oil catch can and breather, but those items are easy to fix.
For the most current listing of modifications performed on the vehicle, please click on my signature to view my build thread (mods are in the first post).
Current Asking Price: $45,000