One-Owner 1996 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 SS
OFFERED WITHOUT RESERVE
Just like when it was new, the fourth-generation Chevrolet Camaro continues to be a popular choice for those seeking an exciting driving experience with a reasonable price tag. In 1996, after 24 years, the most notable development for the Camaro was the return of the SS model, a performance-focused package that offered several upgrades to enhance the driving experience. Developed by SLP Engineering, the SS package included a functional hood scoop induction system that boosted the power output of the LT1 V8 engine by 30 horsepower, allowing it to go from 0 to 60 mph in just under six seconds. In addition to the enhanced power output, the Camaro SS also featured a restyled deck spoiler, revised suspension, and 17 inch alloy wheels that improved its handling and overall performance. The SS package was a lavish option at $3,999, and nearly 20 percent more than a Z28. Only 2,410 buyers elected for the SS option in 1996, making well-preserved examples like the one on offer today increasingly more challenging to find – especially when they are still with their original owner.
Offered from the original owner equipped with the SS package
Powered by a 350 cu-in “LT1” V8 rated at 315 horsepower and 335 ft-lbs of torque with the performance exhaust system and rarely seen engine oil cooler option
Desirably equipped with a six-speed manual transmission with a Hurst performance shifter
Torsen torque-sensing limited-slip rear differential with an aluminum cover
Level II Bilstein sport suspension package with revised suspension with stiffer springs, larger stabilizer bars, and front and rear anti-lock disc brakes
Revised styling with a functional forced air induction hood and unique rer decklid spoiler
17x9 inch ZR-1 styled cast aluminum alloy wheels shod with BF Goodrich g-Force Comp-2 A/S tires
The window sticker advertised price of this Z28 was $22,385, with an additional $7,402 spent on SLP Engineering alterations
Finished in Black over a Graphite leather interior
Car no. 1847, as shown by the plate affixed to the center console
Accident-free CARFAX Vehicle History Report
Power rack and pinion steering
Theft-deterrent PASS-Key system
Leather-wrapped steering wheel
Six-way power adjustable driver’s seat
Electric rear window defogger
Sony touchscreen radio
Tilt-wheel adjustable steering column
Solar Ray tinted glass
Dual sport mirrors
Fully carpeted interior and trunk
The CARFAX Vehicle History Report shows that a “potential odometer rollback” noted in 2012, with the mileage going from 107,237 on 29 June 2012 to a reported 101,587 on 6 February 2013. The current owner reports that while the CARFAX shows this, there was an error with the mileage entered, and the mileage has not been altered.
SLP Engineering sheet
GM build sheet
Original Z28 SS car cover
According to the CARFAX Vehicle History Report, this 1996 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 SS was purchased by the original and current owner at Quality Chevrolet of Escondido, CA, in April 1996 and has remained under their stewardship ever since.
Hagerty Marketplace has confirmed a clean title status, the owner maintains the title in hand and will send it to the Hagerty Marketplace team to be reassigned to the new owner after the auction is complete.
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