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Old 10-19-2009, 10:01 AM   #1
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Lightbulb ZL575 - SLP Camaro 4 Sale

We are now taking orders for the ZL575 - SLP Camaro.
It has a Supercharged LS3 426HP 6 Speed Manual transmission.

The High Rear deck Fuctional Spoiler and Hood Scoop, from what we have learned on Camro5 this will be the New Z28 Look!

2010 SUPERCHARGED Camaro® ZL575
SLP TVS 2300 High-Output Supercharger Assembly
SLP PowerFlo® Axle-Back Exhaust System with 4″ Dual Wall Tips
SLP Blackwing® Cold Air Induction System
SLP Modified Stock Engine Cover with 575HP Badging
SLP Sport Suspension Package (Lowers Vehicle 1″ Front & Rear)
SLP RTM Hood with Functional Heat Extractor Scoop* & Fascia Closeout Panel (*Patent Pending)
SLP Rear Spoiler Painted Body Color
SLP 20″ 5-Spoke Red Line Wheels with Machined Spoke Face & ZL® Center Caps
Rear Tail Light Panel Painted Gloss Black
Rear Quarter Panel Gill Insert Decals in Gloss Black
Three OEM-Quality ZL575 Supercharged Fender & Rear Deck Lid Badges
ZL575 Supercharged Logo Embroidered Premium Front Floor Mats
ZL575 Supercharged Logo Embroidered Front Headrests
ZL575 Supercharged Logo Car Cover
ZL575 Supercharged Sequentially Numbered (1-250) Dash Plaque (1) & Key Fobs (2)
Leather (Faux) Bound Portfolio, Owner’s Manual, Birth Certificate & Window Sticker
Additional CONTENT
Heritage-Style SS® Badging for Grille and Rear Tail Light Panel *GM Official Licensed Product
SLP Front Grille Insert; provides landing pad for SS® badging
Rally-Style Dual Painted Stripes (Gloss Finish on hood, decklid & spoiler)
Heritage-Style Painted Hockey Stick Side Stripes (Gloss Finish) White Hugger Orange
Brembo Sport Disc Brake Package Includes; Cross-Drilled Discs Front & Rear –
Brembo GT Front Brake Package Includes; 6-Piston Front Calipers and Two-Piece 15″ Front Discs
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Old 10-19-2009, 10:53 AM   #2
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Must be way beyond my pay grade if you are not listing the price.
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Old 10-19-2009, 11:25 AM   #3
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Don't tease us....do you got a website and how much money!
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Old 10-19-2009, 12:15 PM   #4
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To list here you must provide a price - no listing without prices.
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Old 10-21-2009, 10:25 AM   #5
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First of All, I do not have to list a price on here to post....
#2 I completely forgot to list the price.
#3 We estimate it at $80,000 MSRP because we were told they are making only 250 of them with General Motors.

#4 I want you to commit and customize the car the way you want it, so the price is completely negotiable.....

If I order it to my specs, it will have everything and be white with the hugger orange stripes or a reverse bumblebee (Black with Yellow Stripes)
Base 2ss 6 speed Camaro, with about $40,000 in upgrades. Only High select dealers will be able to order them.
Since I am the President of the South Dakota Camaro Club, I was one of the first approached.
http://www.slpcamaro.com
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Old 10-21-2009, 11:23 AM   #6
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SLP has always been known to deliver good quality products - but with the pricing on the packages they are offering I think they will have a very difficult time selling 25 cars - no less 250. When the car is priced comparable or higher than the Z06 Corvette it just will never sell. The Camaro cannot compete in that price class and there will be very few buyers to sell to.
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Old 10-22-2009, 08:22 AM   #7
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We have already sold a $60,000 Camaro, factory stock with all the options, and If you ride and drive one with the Z06 right after the Camaro, the handling and response is much better on the road course. The vette does better on the track course. I honestly look for these to be the ones that are going to be the collectors cars, considering the Z28 with options will be pretty darn close to this as well. Yet it is 2 years away. Heck I already have 7 preorders for the convertible and cannot even order one yet.
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Old 10-22-2009, 08:56 AM   #8
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you really think GM will price the Z/28 close to 80 grand? They have to come in BELOW the CTS-V which MSRP's for around 60. To be honest if the Z/28 priced out any higher than 50K id be genuinely suprised.

Not saying there arent people out there who will pay 80 grand for an SLP camaro, some people have more money than brains i guess.
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Old 10-22-2009, 09:13 AM   #9
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this thread should be moved here: http://www.camaro5.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=69

side note; i wonder why these don't come with SLP headers and xpipe too?
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Old 10-28-2009, 02:15 PM   #10
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We actually speced out the car, and it will be $68,000 MSRP. Thanks to all of you on here, we have decided as a dealer to pass on it. I think you guys are right, a $70k Camaro is just too much.
After speaking with a few insiders, expect the Z28 to be hopefully around $50.....
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Old 10-28-2009, 02:37 PM   #11
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If Don Yenko were still alive and dropping in LS7's and track suspension you bet I'd pay big money for the Camaro. Yenko, Dana, Baldwin, Nickey mean a lot more to me than SLP and HPE, as I am sure it does to alot of others. The new guys are doing some good work, but will it stand the test of time or is it just money wasted you'll never get back. I think I know the answer.......LOL
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Old 11-09-2009, 01:02 PM   #12
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Here's the link with the SLP brochure and pricing....


http://slpcamaro.com/2009/08/10/sale...-announcement/

Try more like $22,995 plus the price of the camaro 2SS. Since SLP is replacing with wheels no need to upgrade from the standard wheel package.
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Old 11-11-2009, 10:44 AM   #13
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How did SLP get the name ZL from GM? The ZL-1 is one of the most valuable camaros of all time. And letting another company use the ZL name should not be happening. Chevrolet needs to step up to the plate and use the ZL, COPO names and factory produce these cars for future value to the consumer (US). SLP didn't ad ZR1 to the Corvette, GM did and look at what its worth. All of these aftermarket company's are jumping on the 5th gen ban wagon and killing the history of these camaros. I'm a big camaro fan and own one 1st gen and four 4th gens and will inquire a special 5th gen or two but only if GM produces it, like the Z28. And only if its what they say it will be. GM has all the potential in the world to build these special camaros. Nickey is the only company I see so far that is rewriting the history of these cars and to me SO FAR will be the only camaros that will hold and grow in value. Don't get me wrong.... all the things that I've seen done to these 5th gens are cool but will they ever hold value like a factory built ZL or COPO? If only Don Yenko, Dick Harrell or Fredd Gibb were alive today we would see these cars done the way they should be. SLP to me means aftermarket and a aftermarket ZL is just unheard of.

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Old 11-11-2009, 11:27 AM   #14
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It really is dizzying to comprehend what is going on with these aftermarket companies that are trying to hitch their star to GM and make entire converted cars available through Chevy dealers. This leads to a PERCEPTION that this is a GM Official Product or in partnership with GM. I think nothing could be further from the truth, hence the need for these outfits to offer a separate warranty on the conversion

It would be interesting to hear from dealers who are participating in these programs their take on it. To me this whole deal is misleading and in not in keeping with the way a dealer such as Yenko did it. For the most part, at least in the 1969 model year, Camaros came from the factory with the hotrod engine and special handling package. Yenko just added the other bits such as tach and emblems. To me that is why Yenkos and other factory ordered COPOS are have such value from yesteryear.

I am personally tired of all these Supercharger Shops trying to lend GM legitimacy to their cars because they can be ordered through a Chevy dealer.
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Old 11-11-2009, 12:09 PM   #15
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I wanted to see ZL on these cars and purchase one but def not from SLP. GM should strip that name from them. And whats so bad is GM will prob realize the potential money making from this and start factory producing them like they did with the 4th gen in 1996. SLP started the SS that year with the hood, spoiler and emblem, then Chevrolet picked it up in late 97 through 2002. If SLP wants to do aftermarket things to the 5th gen that's fine but don't use a part of GM history....... hell put SLP575 on the fender and document it under their given name, they put SLP on the 4th gens!

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this thread should be moved here: http://www.camaro5.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=69

side note; i wonder why these don't come with SLP headers and xpipe too?

Our cars are only available through Chevrolet Dealers and are 50 state emission legal that carry a full warranty. Headers and Xpipes are not legal and we could not include them in any package. What you do after delivery is up to you.

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I wanted to see ZL on these cars and purchase one but def not from SLP. GM should strip that name from them. And whats so bad is GM will prob realize the potential money making from this and start factory producing them like they did with the 4th gen in 1996. SLP started the SS that year with the hood, spoiler and emblem, then Chevrolet picked it up in late 97 through 2002. If SLP wants to do aftermarket things to the 5th gen that's fine but don't use a part of GM history....... hell put SLP575 on the fender and document it under their given name, they put SLP on the 4th gens!

ZL is a trademark of SLP and has been for some time.

SLP is and was the tier 1 supplier that produced all 1996 through 2002 Camaro SS's. We do have an aftermarket division that does create many parts for the Camaro.

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ZL is a trademark of SLP and has been for some time.

SLP is and was the tier 1 supplier that produced all 1996 through 2002 Camaro SS's. We do have an aftermarket division that does create many parts for the Camaro.

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OK Dave, I think you need to explain what you mean as far as you produced all the Gen 4 SS's so us neophytes can get our heads around it. Did you take the cars off the line and put your parts on them, then put them back into the GM shipping cue, or did you sell them parts to be installed on the line.

I think I have a hard time coming to grips with the 40k SS's were converted at your shop, but I could be wrong, so edify us
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OK Dave, I think you need to explain what you mean as far as you produced all the Gen 4 SS's so us neophytes can get our heads around it. Did you take the cars off the line and put your parts on them, then put them back into the GM shipping cue, or did you sell them parts to be installed on the line.

I think I have a hard time coming to grips with the 40k SS's were converted at your shop, but I could be wrong, so edify us
SLP has produced almost 60K vehicles as a second stage manufacturer/Tier 1 Supplier to GM. We produced all 4th Gen Camaro SS's, 1992-2002 Firehawk, 1996-'97 WS6 and a plethora of other specialty vehicles for GM. As a second stage manufacturer of the SS, any Camaro that had the SS RPO code came off the end of the line at GM's St. Therese facility and was trucked a few miles down the road to our facility in LaSalle. Once on our assembly lines, the vehicles were upfitted with the specific SS content (hoods/spoiler/badging/etc..) and any secondary Y2Y optional content. Once finished at SLP, the vehicles were transported back to GM for final QC and distribution.

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Are you saying I can order a full on ZL575 packaged car and it will still retain the GM powertrain warranty and not void it???

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Are you saying I can order a full on ZL575 packaged car and it will still retain the GM powertrain warranty and not void it???
The ZL packages are covered by a 3yr/36K mile warrantee that is done through your selling dealer and is a very similar program to how our past vehicles were dealt with.


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Not trying to be a PITA...Just clarifying. Is that the GM Powertrain warranty or your parts warranty?

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Not trying to be a PITA...Just clarifying. Is that the GM Powertrain warranty or your parts warrenty?
Full coverage of what any of our modifications may affect.


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ZL is a trademark of SLP and has been for some time.

SLP is and was the tier 1 supplier that produced all 1996 through 2002 Camaro SS's. We do have an aftermarket division that does create many parts for the Camaro.

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OK DAVE,
Tell me why GMMG built the 69 2002 ZL-1 camaros and not SLP, if SLP had the trademark of ZL from GM? And what year did GM give SLP the ZL name? I call BS.
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