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Old 03-22-2024, 08:36 AM   #1
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Super-low Mile 2013 ZL1 'Vert 6-spd MT For Sale At Dealership- 1 of 54.

If this dealer still has the car, these don't come along often. I have no dog in this hunt, but stumbled across this 1 of 54 '13 Crystal Red Tintcoat ZL1 'vert with a 6 speed manual transmission. I've got one of the other 53 besides this one. There were only 170 total ZL1 CRT convertibles made in 2013 (116 autos) out of the overall ZL1s made that year.

Other than black or red, there were less than 100 manual transmission ZL1 convertibles in 2013 each in any other color available.

If you love the CRT color on a 5th Gen Camaro, you'll love this.

Located in Charlotte, MI. ZL1 #1032 of 7,956.

It's only got a few hundred miles more on it than mine does. 3,255. Mine hasn't quite hit 3,000 yet. Mine was loaded out, but this one has a couple of differences from mine in that this one has no NAV and no alcantarra wrapped steering wheel/shifter knob. Definitely not a deal breaker by no means.

They're asking 48,795, which isn't horrible for a super-low mileage ZL1 convertible. Generally speaking, I've seen the low-mileage convertible ZL1s of this era asking prices in the 40s, closer to 50. The ones with 40-ish thousand miles are in the low 30s. GENERALLY. Mine listed for close to 65, so I'm guessing this one was in the 63-64 range when new. Roughly a 15-16K drop in value from new.

Thought for a minute it would be a great opportunity to have TWO virtually identical ZL1 convertibles, but then, nah.

No idea if they still have this car, or anything else about it. Just passing it along.

2010 2SS TE, 1 of 822/2013 Camaro ZL1 vert, 1 of 54  4774
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Old 03-24-2024, 12:18 AM   #2
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man a 10 year old car still worth that much? sure held up its value well.
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Old 03-24-2024, 06:57 AM   #3

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I seen that car yesterday also. I was browsing around the internet for convertible zl1's to gauge prices on value. I'm thinking about selling mine. It has 24k miles on her, not bad considering I bought it with 19k. based on what i saw i could start a price around $41,500
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Old 03-27-2024, 04:42 PM   #4
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I have one and know of one that was flood totaled a few years ago.
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