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Blu Ray 07-11-2013 10:21 PM

Z/28 MSRP ABOVE 70K
 
and only 300-400 1st year.....inside scoop

2012-1822 07-11-2013 10:25 PM

I need to hit that lottery pretty soon so I can get on the list

GEEKFREEKSCOTTY 07-11-2013 11:47 PM

Not worth it IMHO. Maybe the limited production run will help resale years later.

But unless you're a die-hard fanboy of the z28 moniker, the ZL1 is the better way to go.

LimaCharlie 07-12-2013 12:30 AM

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Originally Posted by GEEKFREEKSCOTTY (Post 6775241)
Not worth it IMHO. Maybe the limited production run will help resale years later.

But unless you're a die-hard fanboy of the z28 moniker, the ZL1 is the better way to go.

Disagree. The Z/28 is a pure track car from the factory that will likely beat most performance cars that cost $200,000+ on a road course.
The Z/28 is not for everyone and it sounds like you are not among the people who understand this car.

AdamZ 07-12-2013 01:17 AM

Sounds like the COPO of street tracks

CMYarb 07-12-2013 01:26 AM

Its worth it alright. The few specs I've read about so far sound wicked.

TAG UR IT 07-12-2013 01:28 AM

it'll be worth it. but it won't be your every day street drivin' car.

2010 SSRS 07-12-2013 01:46 AM

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Originally Posted by TAG UR IT (Post 6775459)
it'll be worth it. but it won't be your every day street drivin' car.

Exactly, it will be well worth it :thumbup:

ZL1 Spoked 07-12-2013 03:21 AM

Rather get a fully loaded shelby

AdamZ 07-12-2013 05:10 AM

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Originally Posted by ZL1 Spoked (Post 6775533)
Rather get a fully loaded shelby

OH SNAP

Scott@Bjorn3D 07-12-2013 06:02 AM

Once the ring times get posted people may change their minds.

Stealth6 07-12-2013 06:26 AM

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Originally Posted by AdamZ (Post 6775442)
Sounds like the COPO of street tracks

Sounds like the COPO of street tracks with a VIN..... and worth every ....

the_fast_one 07-12-2013 06:38 AM

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Originally Posted by LimaCharlie (Post 6775391)
Disagree. The Z/28 is a pure track car from the factory that will likely beat most performance cars that cost $200,000+ on a road course.
The Z/28 is not for everyone and it sounds like you are not among the people who understand this car.

Just because somebody does not think it is worth 70+ k does mean they don't get it. Just isn't worth it to him . The limited run will help it maintain value but I would assume the majority of the z/28 will forever live in a garage and not on a track. Personally with dealer mark up etc I'd be looking at a lightly used zr1

daveagogo1 07-12-2013 07:27 AM

If soccer moms can shell out 70k by the boatloads for Escalades I'm pretty sure plenty of guys can and will justify / buy a Z/28.

sasquash1984 07-12-2013 07:32 AM

But can it beat a gt-r..........only $20k more

Z51Stingray 07-12-2013 07:40 AM

It's just as GM said, "The new Z/28 will be 'Most Expensive Camaro' ever."

I assume they meant street legal terms since the COPO is over $100K.

Eich 07-12-2013 07:41 AM

It appears this car is far from the Z28 of recent years-past that everyone and their brother purchased for street driving. Unless you're serious about racing, I can't imagine dropping $70k+ on a Camaro when you can get the ZL1 or better yet, the new Stingray for less.

shaffe 07-12-2013 08:01 AM

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Originally Posted by Stealth6 (Post 6775651)
Sounds like the COPO of street tracks with a VIN..... and worth every ....

except the COPO is legal to race in its respective class in NHRA rules, the rumor mill has been swirling that the Z/28 doesnt legally qualify for any class in SCCA and the COPO was built specifically to meet that class requirment.

after being enlightened by others here on the board, Z/28 is alot more open to other track events. Making it seem like an even better deal.

Cheveey57 07-12-2013 08:14 AM

Most people here don't appreciate a true hot rod. They want back up camaras, memory seats etc. back in the day you would order a car with radio and heater delete. The AC was an option you wouldn't want. That being said if they were making these Z28 with 2013 tail lights I would buy one in a heartbeat. Since the the prototypes came out I wanted lighter cars. I don't want all the extra crap. In fact if I could sign a waiver and get one without the bull**** airbags I would.

FINALLYSATISFIED 07-12-2013 08:23 AM

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Originally Posted by LimaCharlie (Post 6775391)
Disagree. The Z/28 is a pure track car from the factory that will likely beat most performance cars that cost $200,000+ on a road course.
The Z/28 is not for everyone and it sounds like you are not among the people who understand this car.

The Z/28 is NOT a pure track car. I'm a fan of GM and everything they stand for but this is simply not true.

LeanPocket 07-12-2013 08:34 AM

i guess ill be waiting for a ls7 option 1le :brokenheart:

collinsRS 07-12-2013 09:20 AM

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Originally Posted by FINALLYSATISFIED (Post 6775904)
The Z/28 is NOT a pure track car. I'm a fan of GM and everything they stand for but this is simply not true.

At the camaro owners appreciation even and lunch, the GM/Chevy reps spoke specifically about the Z28, and he stated that it's not going to be an ideal daily driver.

I remember him saying it's coming standard with NO A/C or radio, but those may be upgradable options...

MikeOD 07-12-2013 09:48 AM

The way I see the Z/28...it's an awesome car that I'm not going to pay for...and now it gives me a whole new slew of OEM parts to raid. I don't want the whole car, but I want a lot of what it will have.

Sven59 07-12-2013 09:49 AM

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Originally Posted by LimaCharlie (Post 6775391)
Disagree. The Z/28 is a pure track car from the factory that will likely beat most performance cars that cost $200,000+ on a road course.
The Z/28 is not for everyone and it sounds like you are not among the people who understand this car.

The ZL1 already does that, and if the Z/28 is only 3 seconds faster than the ZL1 I can make that up in HP increases.

FINALLYSATISFIED 07-12-2013 09:55 AM

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Originally Posted by collinsRS (Post 6776145)
At the camaro owners appreciation even and lunch, the GM/Chevy reps spoke specifically about the Z28, and he stated that it's not going to be an ideal daily driver.

I remember him saying it's coming standard with NO A/C or radio, but those may be upgradable options...

That's been confirmed for quite sometime now.


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