Rare 1999 Chevrolet Camaro SS Current owner purchased the car with 42k miles Most of the modifications were done within the 1st 5000 miles from the purchase. Currently the Camaro has around 69k miles LS1 5.7 L Engine and a 6-Speed Manual Trans Mods: Midwest chassis 9inch 4.11 gear locker Texas speed performance magic stick 4 Duel valve springs chromoly push rods Ported oil pump - new timing chain Hooker headers trueduels with an xpipe, no cats center mounted exhaust Cold air intake Lid - slp line lock Rear wheel Drive Exterior is Hugger orange and has T- tops to enjoy Nice Black interior 17x10 on the rear with 315/35zr17 drag radials Dino tuned 425rwhp, 400rwtq Car could use a hood, fiberglass cracked
Shown by appointment Only
WE FINANCE/ DELIVER AND SHIP WORLD WIDE
Front air conditioning
Steering wheel: tilt
Limited slip differential: rear
Daytime running lights
Headlights: auto on/off
Front wipers: intermittent
Front airbags: dual
Front seat type: bucket
$19,995$5,495$14,5001999ChevroletCamaro2 Door5.7 L LS1Manual69,000Hugger OrangeBlack9915ILKF2G1FP22G6X2120821N/AN/A
The Chevrolet Camaro is an American automobile manufactured by Chevrolet, classified as a pony car and some versions also as a muscle car. It went on sale on September 29, 1966, for the 1967 model year and was designed as a competing model to the Ford Mustang. The car shared its platform and major components with the Pontiac Firebird, also introduced for 1967.
Four distinct generations of the Camaro were developed before production ended in 2002. The nameplate was revived on a concept car that evolved into the fifth-generation Camaro; production started on March 16, 2009.
he fourth-generation Camaro debuted in 1993 on an updated F-body platform. It retained the same characteristics since its introduction in 1967: a coup body style with 2+2 seating (with an optional T-top roof) or convertible (reintroduced in 1994), rear-wheel drive, pushrod 6-cylinder and V8 engines. The standard powerplant from 1993-1995 was a 3.4 L V6, then a 3.8 L V6 was introduced in 1995. A 350 MPFI (LT1) Small Block V-8 engine, which was introduced in the Corvette in 1992, was standard in the Z28. Optional equipment included all-speed traction control and a new six-speed T-56 manual transmission; the 4L60E 4-speed automatic transmission was standard on the Z28, yet optional on the V6 models which came with 5-speed manual as standard. Anti-lock brakes were standard equipment on all Camaros. A limited quantity of the SS version (1996-1997) came with the 330 HP LT4 small block engine from the Corvette, although most were equipped with the 305 hp LT1. The 1997 model year included a revised interior, and the 1998 models included exterior styling changes, and a switch to GM's aluminium block LS1 used in the Corvette C5. In 1998, the 5.7 L LS1 was the first all-aluminum engine offered in a Camaro since the 1969 ZL-1 and carried a 325-horsepower rating. The SS versions (1998-2002) received slightly improved exhaust and intake systems, bigger wheels and tires, a slightly revised suspension for improved handling and grip while retaining ride comfort, an arc-shaped rear wing for downforce, and different gearing ratios for faster acceleration, over the Z28 models. Chevrolet offered a 35th anniversary edition for the 2002 model year. Production of the F-Body platform was discontinued due to slowing sales, a deteriorating market for sports coups, and plant overcapacity, but an entirely new platform went on sale in 2009.