Roast Tires In A Rare Supercharged 2010 Chevy Camaro ZL575

Amie Williams

Only 250 Camaro ZL575 models were built with a six-speed manual transmission.

SLP has been known in the industry for over 20 years by turning GM cars into track-ready and turnkey-ready powerhouses. The New Jersey-based company upped the ante with the Camaro ZL575 by taking an SS model and adding a plethora of performance goodies. Only 500 of these cars were produced total by SLP with 250 given an automatic transmission and the rest of the 250 sporting a six-speed manual. Fast Lane Classic Cars is happy to offer the opportunity to own this one-owner 2010 Chevrolet Camaro ZL575.

Roast Tires In A Rare Supercharged 2010 Chevy Camaro ZL575

With just 3,877 original miles on the clock, the body of this rare Camaro is in fantastic shape and blanketed in a glossy black and adorned with painted rally stripes. Protecting the engine bay is an RTM hood with a functional front air scoop that forces air into the engine bay. The addition of ZL575 badges can be found on both fenders and on the decklid, and it is also embroidered on the headrests. HID headlights complete with halo rings add even more pizazz to the car's exterior. A set of 20-inch five-spoke Red Line wheels add a nice contrasting touch to the outside, and the addition of a sunroof breathes fresh air into the cabin.

Powering this bowtie beast is a 6.2-liter aluminum V8 topped with a SLP TVS 2300 Series supercharger. This combination puts down a pavement-pounding 575-horsepower and 550 ft/lb of torque all backed by a 6-speed manual transmission. SLP Blackwing cold air induction breathes in cold air, and gases flow through a SLP tuned exhaust and exit via 4-inch stainless steel tips. Stopping power comes from Brembo Sport front and rear disc brakes. An SLP tuned suspension has this powerhouse handling like a dream with the addition of an adjustable sway bar package.

The sale of this car comes with all the original paperwork and factory forms. If interested in this rare powerhouse of a Camaro, contact Fast Lane Classic Cars today! The car is listed at $44,995, but feel free to make an offer here.

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