SOLD: 1997 Camaro SS 30th Anniv 28K miles NEW JERSEY
CAR SOLD ON 1/29/2012
will miss it!
Garage kept, no dings/dents/accidents.
car is a white 30th anniv edition includes orange stripes, floormats, houndstooth/leather seats
6 Speed Manual transmission
Included in SS:
Richmond 4.10 gears
160 degree thermostat
Hypertech power programmer
Car is in great shape, and has low miles on Firehawk tires
Hate to part with it, and don't really have to, but looking to make room in the garage for a Z06.
This is one of 310 made with the options combo (SS, 30th anniv, T-tops)
Car does not go out in foul weather, Special car cover it came with has never been used.
Please pm me with any interest/offers - you won't find one of these on ebay or autotrader - super rare car in great condition an ideal addition to a serious collection! $18K FIRM
Window Sticker - $25466
One of the 30th Anniversary SS key fobs - the other one has to be around here somewhere
SLP Accessories box checklist
Purchase order (Paid $29928 after taxes)
Front License plate Bracket with installation instructions - I would rather take ticket after ticket for not having it on..
SLP Camaro SS Alteration package Bill of Materials showing SS package, SLP Exhaust, Hurst Shifter and SS floor mats - Package was $5295. This is SS# 2720 and 30th Anniversary SS Build number 0938
Consumer information slip for Federal Emissions Requirements
Slightly defaced 1997 Camaro brochure (someone wrote bitch's car on the front of the red RS on the front)
Faxes of SS feature sheet - didn't have a glossy to give out those bums
Manifest from the Ste-Therese Plant - Made in Canada..
video of car walkaround:
1. sorry for the awful color/white balance in the one set of photos, took shots after a washing and didn't realize I had the custom white balance from a previous shoot on. couldn't get it totally corrected - but it is much better than they came out originally..
2. here's what's wrong with the car:
a. the nose cone has signs of actual use. This means some rock chips here and there on the paint and the decals - the car is not a zero mile show car, if you want that look north of 25K or plan on restoring the paint to new condition..
b. The bass knob on the radio is stuck in - I will get around to fixing that, maybe.
c. the clutch grabs high - it grabs fine and does not slip but it does grab high to the point where I get used to it and come close to stalling the vette who's clutch is brand new as it is a new car.
d. The wheels could use a clay/polishing - no curb rash or bends but they are not pristine and need to come off for a detailed cleaning
e. (to be fixed soon) - needs a new air cleaner.
Other than that, this car is really in amazing shape and would be a great addition to a collector's fleet. I would love to keep it but I just don't have the time for it and I don't want it to sit and rot. Family, work and a 2009 Z06 keep me more than busy..
Wow 25466 new in 1997 if you get 18k for that that is 70% of its value over 13.5 years.
I think I saw your Car at Flem Chevy a few days ago maybe saturday ???
if you think about it though, the dollar has devalued quite a bit since 1997 - so this is less than 50% adjusted for inflation - that being said, this is now a rare car (esp at miles), limited and collectible, otherwise it would be worth a lot less.
So someone actually flew in to try to buy this car yesterday. Prior to that person (and spouse) coming I was very clear: I am FIRM at $18K. I had to call them a cab to take them back to the airport after an offer of $17K. Don't let this happen to you - I mean what I say and I'd rather keep the car than have someone come and tell me it's not worth what they are even offering. They must have spent more on the wasted travel than the difference in price..
Car still available - would like to free up some cash for HPDE habit I picked up this past weekend (in the vette - wow what a blast!)
Bump - spring is just around the corner - time to scoop up this collectors car!!
Beautiful car, but unrealistic price. GLWS.
Looks like you should have taken that 17k. The market is in a rough place.
I'm not in dire straits...
that $17k was about $5k more than anyone else would give you for it
I just bought a 15k mile one owner hardtop white/ hugger 30th with a manual. 18K is ball park because low mileage ones are getting harder to find. They did build less hardtop cars. My car was $24170 with a $5295 SLP add on, total $29465. My SLP exhaust exits on left side with two pipes together. Sit tight someone will buy you're car if you market it right.
Hold your price. If I didn't already have the convertible version of yours(minus the houndstooth, I stayed white leather) I'd be all over it. $18k for a classic with low miles is not out of line.
CAR SOLD YESTERDAY
Congrats on the sale. Took a little time but nice cars will find a buyer. I am holding mine.
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