500 Buyers Had No Problem with a $75k Camaro

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The Chevy Camaro Z/28 is sold out for 2014.

As expected, Chevrolet has confirmed that it has sold its entire planned stock of 500 Camaro Z/28s for model year 2014. Sure, it may cost $75,000 but the Z/28 has already become an instant classic, and collectors and track enthusiasts with the available cash took notice. After all, it only comes powered by a 7.0-liter LS7 V8, and excess weight was removed for maximum performance. Consider it a case of automotive liposuction.

What else? Oh yeah, there’s no fancy schmancy dual-clutch gearbox, just a good old six-speed manual. This thing is so track focused that Chevy cautions owners not to use it for daily driving. Fortunately, Chevy is still planning a Z/28 production run for 2015. No set number has been decided yet, but sources claim that 2,500 units are being discussed. Overall, strong demand for a car that doesn’t even come with standard A/C is mighty impressive.

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