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2SSRS@Gen5diy 04-14-2013 12:05 PM

Lets do an XL spreed sheet
 
lets try to come up with what the Z/28 will sale for, will start with a stock 1 SS car and add all the upgrades to it, so lets start.

1 SS camaro = $32,635

Brakes Upgrade = $12,000 - less old 4 piston brake = $1,500 so that makes this upgrade $10,500

Seat upgrade = $6,500 - less old = $800 so that makes this upgrade $5,700

LS7 Upgrade = $17,500 - less old ls3 = $6500 so that makes this upgrade $11,000

Dry sump Upgrade = $2,000 is new

carbon fiber parts = $ 5,500

thinner glass = $1200

New rear end and gears = $ 3,500 less old parts = $2400

So that makes it come to a price of $70,935 and i say add $800 for shipping and may be a $1500-$2500 gas tax.

2SSRS@Gen5diy 04-15-2013 09:17 AM

Brake upgrade, here we get the new rotors as well as the 6 piston up front so in my book that is a $12,000 upgrade, so now we have the car at $32,635 + the brakes = $44,635.00 lets go any one want to add info and price.

Unreal 04-15-2013 09:21 AM

Rotorrs? A complete set of carbon zr1 brakes new from the dealer with rotors/pads/calipers can be had for about $8k. So at most add $8k but you need to take away the stock brakes which are probably $1000 or more so realistically it cost $7k. At the same time who knows what GM pays for those parts.

An LS7 maybe $12k but a LS3 is ~$7k so that is about a $5k motor upgrade.

14pilot 04-16-2013 12:21 AM

GM offically said the Z/28 will be the most expensive Camaro, so for sake of arguement let's start at a MSRP of $60,000 for a high end ZL1.

Now add $17,000 MSRP for the LS7 engine and subtract $11,000 MSRP for the LSA engine. That's a bump of $6,000. Now I'm at $66,000

And add another $1,000 MSRP for the dry sump equipment that is external to the LS7 and engineered into the Zeta Chassis. Now I'm at $67,000.

Add another $7,500 MSRP for the track suspension and brake systems and I'm up to $74,500.

Wheels? How about $1,000 more? And tires? How about adding $2,000 for the Trofeos? Now I've got $77,500.

Aero body parts... Plus $1,000. Extra capacity cooling equipment, plus $1,000. And now at $79,500

And lastly, for the badge that makes Steve, Steve.... Plus $10,000

I come up with $89,500 with the Steve badge premium.... LOL !!!

Destination, plus $1,000

Stealership markup, plus $15,000

Sales Tax, plus $9,000

Out the door... $114,500... Oh, wait a minute, you wanted Air Conditioning on this track beast too ?!?!? How about some dealer applied special paint sealant too ???? hmmm...

2cnd chance 04-16-2013 10:06 AM

Sorry, but you are putting cost on cost. MR, ZL1 aero...and some of your pricing is quite high.

alcal1084 04-16-2013 11:36 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 14pilot (Post 6428519)
GM offically said the Z/28 will be the most expensive Camaro, so for sake of arguement let's start at a MSRP of $60,000 for a high end ZL1.

Now add $17,000 MSRP for the LS7 engine and subtract $11,000 MSRP for the LSA engine. That's a bump of $6,000. Now I'm at $66,000

And add another $1,000 MSRP for the dry sump equipment that is external to the LS7 and engineered into the Zeta Chassis. Now I'm at $67,000.

Add another $7,500 MSRP for the track suspension and brake systems and I'm up to $74,500.

Wheels? How about $1,000 more? And tires? How about adding $2,000 for the Trofeos? Now I've got $77,500.

Aero body parts... Plus $1,000. Extra capacity cooling equipment, plus $1,000. And now at $79,500

And lastly, for the badge that makes Steve, Steve.... Plus $10,000

I come up with $89,500 with the Steve badge premium.... LOL !!!

Destination, plus $1,000

Stealership markup, plus $15,000

Sales Tax, plus $9,000

Out the door... $114,500... Oh, wait a minute, you wanted Air Conditioning on this track beast too ?!?!? How about some dealer applied special paint sealant too ???? hmmm...

This Is the closest guess I have seen!!! Good job!!!

Bad@ssCamaro 04-16-2013 11:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 14pilot (Post 6428519)
GM offically said the Z/28 will be the most expensive Camaro, so for sake of arguement let's start at a MSRP of $60,000 for a high end ZL1.

Now add $17,000 MSRP for the LS7 engine and subtract $11,000 MSRP for the LSA engine. That's a bump of $6,000. Now I'm at $66,000

And add another $1,000 MSRP for the dry sump equipment that is external to the LS7 and engineered into the Zeta Chassis. Now I'm at $67,000.

Add another $7,500 MSRP for the track suspension and brake systems and I'm up to $74,500.

Wheels? How about $1,000 more? And tires? How about adding $2,000 for the Trofeos? Now I've got $77,500.

Aero body parts... Plus $1,000. Extra capacity cooling equipment, plus $1,000. And now at $79,500

And lastly, for the badge that makes Steve, Steve.... Plus $10,000

I come up with $89,500 with the Steve badge premium.... LOL !!!

Destination, plus $1,000

Stealership markup, plus $15,000

Sales Tax, plus $9,000

Out the door... $114,500... Oh, wait a minute, you wanted Air Conditioning on this track beast too ?!?!? How about some dealer applied special paint sealant too ???? hmmm...

:laughabove:

Wizard1183 04-16-2013 04:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bad@ssCamaro (Post 6429805)
:laughabove:

out the door? $70-75k

Bad@ssCamaro 04-16-2013 04:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Wizard1183 (Post 6430882)
out the door? $70-75k

:thumbsup:

batman53201 04-16-2013 04:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 14pilot (Post 6428519)
GM offically said the Z/28 will be the most expensive Camaro, so for sake of arguement let's start at a MSRP of $60,000 for a high end ZL1.

Now add $17,000 MSRP for the LS7 engine and subtract $11,000 MSRP for the LSA engine. That's a bump of $6,000. Now I'm at $66,000

And add another $1,000 MSRP for the dry sump equipment that is external to the LS7 and engineered into the Zeta Chassis. Now I'm at $67,000.

Add another $7,500 MSRP for the track suspension and brake systems and I'm up to $74,500.

Wheels? How about $1,000 more? And tires? How about adding $2,000 for the Trofeos? Now I've got $77,500.

Aero body parts... Plus $1,000. Extra capacity cooling equipment, plus $1,000. And now at $79,500

And lastly, for the badge that makes Steve, Steve.... Plus $10,000

I come up with $89,500 with the Steve badge premium.... LOL !!!

Destination, plus $1,000

Stealership markup, plus $15,000

Sales Tax, plus $9,000

Out the door... $114,500... Oh, wait a minute, you wanted Air Conditioning on this track beast too ?!?!? How about some dealer applied special paint sealant too ???? hmmm...


add $2000 for the Z/28 name plate

The Stig 04-16-2013 04:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Unreal (Post 6425484)
Rotorrs? A complete set of carbon zr1 brakes new from the dealer with rotors/pads/calipers can be had for about $8k. So at most add $8k but you need to take away the stock brakes which are probably $1000 or more so realistically it cost $7k. At the same time who knows what GM pays for those parts.

An LS7 maybe $12k but a LS3 is ~$7k so that is about a $5k motor upgrade.

I'm kind of curious where you're finding someone who's willing to pay $7,000 for use LS3.

And again, curious as to where you're finding someone who'll buy your used Brembos for $1,000.

Baylor16 04-16-2013 05:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 14pilot (Post 6428519)
GM offically said the Z/28 will be the most expensive Camaro, so for sake of arguement let's start at a MSRP of $60,000 for a high end ZL1.

Now add $17,000 MSRP for the LS7 engine and subtract $11,000 MSRP for the LSA engine. That's a bump of $6,000. Now I'm at $66,000

And add another $1,000 MSRP for the dry sump equipment that is external to the LS7 and engineered into the Zeta Chassis. Now I'm at $67,000.

Add another $7,500 MSRP for the track suspension and brake systems and I'm up to $74,500.

Wheels? How about $1,000 more? And tires? How about adding $2,000 for the Trofeos? Now I've got $77,500.

Aero body parts... Plus $1,000. Extra capacity cooling equipment, plus $1,000. And now at $79,500

And lastly, for the badge that makes Steve, Steve.... Plus $10,000

I come up with $89,500 with the Steve badge premium.... LOL !!!

Destination, plus $1,000

Stealership markup, plus $15,000

Sales Tax, plus $9,000

Out the door... $114,500... Oh, wait a minute, you wanted Air Conditioning on this track beast too ?!?!? How about some dealer applied special paint sealant too ???? hmmm...

That would mean the Z/28 would be a suicide mission. hmm should I get the Z/28 with one speaker and no a/c OR a ZR1 corvette, that is also going to be faster...? Your number is so unrealistic :facepalm:

Unreal 04-16-2013 07:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by The Stig (Post 6431031)
I'm kind of curious where you're finding someone who's willing to pay $7,000 for use LS3.

And again, curious as to where you're finding someone who'll buy your used Brembos for $1,000.

I never said that is what they would sell for, but GMs cost on them is probably around there.

A new LS3 goes for $7k easy if you are talking a brand new long block.

Gary B 04-16-2013 08:00 PM

Why all the drama over price?? The car will be between $60-$65K...more than that, or into the $70's even and this car will NOT sell, except for a VERY limited few! GM is in the business of making money, even at a limited production model, this car needs to sell almost as good as the ZL1.


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