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ever see the y2k zl1 concept?

This is a discussion on ever see the y2k zl1 concept? within the Camaro / SS forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; ever see this? I kinda like the hood also its almost lt1 style but higher and wider if only it ...

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    ever see the y2k zl1 concept?

    ever see this?

    I kinda like the hood also its almost lt1 style but higher and wider if only it had the humps by the headlights, or maybe looks like the "stinger" 93-97 hood with the stingray part smoothed out?? anyone else like that hood?



    stinger hood aka bigblock hood

    still looks wider though...


    http://www.fantasycars.com/derek/cars/camarozl1.html

    found another write up this one says only a 5 speed
    http://www.zlx.com/camaro/zl1.htm
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    The red one needs to be lowered a bit, plus different rims/tires..looks too "busy" to me.

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    The zl1 is the sexiest 4th gen out there. I didn't know they were concepts, I thought like 50 of them were built and sold to Joe Smoe.

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    Directly from the GMMG page:

    All 69 cars were B4C coupes with 6-speed manual transmissions except for 2 converted to automatic. Built in March 2002 Roll cages were installed in 28 cars. Three prototypes were: #1-Chevrolet Motor Division #2-Berger Chevrolet and #3-Helen Gibb. Car #1 was built to commemorate Fred Gibbs original ZL1 drag car. Car #69 was a special Phase 4 SR427 built to honor Bill "Grumpy" Jenkins and his ZL1 drag car. 1969 style houndstooth interior was made available and Penske Shocks with 3 different valving options were also available. The 2002 ZL1 was also made available with Z06 style wheels standard or optional Crager SS or Fiske wheels.
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    i have to limit myself on only going to gmmg's page like once a week or else i find myself day dreaming about having one all day and night and my gf gets mad when i do that lol,

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    they are beautiful cars, i would like to get the body kit for my car, but it is ridiculously exspensive, i forget the companys name but you can search it up on yahoo and find it no prob, on their website they also have what a 4th gen T/A would look like with the bulbous body, and man that shit looks sick.

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    I seem to remember seeing coverage of this in Hot Rod and Car craft but didn't really peak my interest. Don't get me wrong, its a cool concept, but it seems to be more of a novelty item than and actual burner. I bet if you were to track these cars down they're almost all sitting in some collectors garages with less than 20K on the clock.

    Remember the 97 SS's with the LT4 motors? The last time I saw one of those was at the Charlotte auto fair back in 2003 with $70,000 price tag on it.

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