|Interior Color||Dark Grey|
|Fuel economy||19 MPG|
The fourth-generation Chevrolet Camaro is an automobile which was produced by Chevrolet for the 1993 through 2002 model years; although the last 30 models were unofficially sold in 2003. It was introduced on an updated F-body platform. It would retain the same characteristic since the first-generation’s introduction back in 1967; 2-doors, 2+2 seating, available as a coupe (with optional T-top roof) or convertible, rear-wheel drive, and a choice of pushrod V6 and V8 powerplants. The fourth-gen Camaro would last up through the 2002 model year.
For the 1998 model year, the Camaro was revised and received a new front clip. This replaced the quartet of square inset headlights. Replacing the LT1 was GM’s all-new 5.7 L (346 ci) LS1 rated at 305 hp, which had been introduced with the Corvette C5 in 1997. The all-new design featured an aluminum cylinder block with iron sleeves, reducing weight by about 95 lb (43 kg) with aluminum compared to the iron block LT1. 1998 was the only year F-body with the LS1 engine to have an actual working coolant temperature gauge. Minor changes were made to the suspension and the brakes were increased in size. Total production for 1998 was just 48,495. This is the first year that the SS was actually manufactured by the plant in twenty years.
This Camaro SS came to us from the second original owner who bought it from the original owners back in 2017. The car has been garage kept its entire life and it shows. The car comes with all the documentation from day one. The interior of the car is as nice as the exterior, with no rips, tears, smells or anything else. The seals on the t-tops and doors all look like they are brand new.
The SS Camaro starts as a Z28 as this one did and then was off to SLP where they installed a functional ram air hood, duck tail style spoiler, Hurst shifter, stiffer suspension and sway bars and a full SLP exhaust. This boosts the performance on this car from 320HP to 345HP. The previous owner has lowered the car 1.25 inches with Eibach springs, new shocks, installed black headlight and turn signal housings and has installed very rare 18 inch Camaro replica rims. All of the original parts come with the car and it is very easy to return it to stock if desired.
This car has had two claims in its lifetime, one on 09/06/99 for the amount of $1,159.42 and one on 09/12/2002 for the amount of $350. Other then that the car is a great example of a fourth gen Camaro.