Is a "professionally converted" 2012 2SS worth more than a brand-new ZL1?
No matter how much you miss Pontiac, you've got to admit that 'converting' a 2012 Chevrolet Camaro 2SS V-8 into a Trans Am Bandit still won't bring the brand back to life. And while this conversion looks quite professional and comes with only 2700 miles on the clock, it still costs more than a brand-new, 2014 Camaro ZL1 would you set you back. Posted on eBay with a socking 'Buy it Now' price of $65,000, this Camaro-turned Trans Am had better be good.
What you will get for the price is a Camaro 2SS with a Trans Am Bandit kit, including a shaker hood scoop, console gauges and even an existing warranty. Is the nostalgia worth its price? As of now, the ad is still on eBay, so it's up to you to decide.