2002 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 2dr Hatchback (5.7L 8cyl 4A)
I bought the car over a year ago. The
LS-1 engine really was the main factor.
However, the whole car is just a good
package with a lot of potential. Great
looks, goes like bat out of hell, and I
got 25.5mpg on a trip to Pennsylvania
with the a/c on!
The stock Z-28 leaves with a lot of
options on how you want the car to
perform. It's a great base for
autocrossing, open tracking, or drag
racing. The aftermarket industry has a
lot to offer. And getting help over the
net is easy with sites like ls1.com and
Overall, an inexpensive car with tons
1.The LS-1 that can be easily modified
to achieve 420+ hp n/a, drive around
town, and pass NYC emission!
2.The chassis/suspension that can be
made close to "world-class" handling.
3.The aftermarket and owners support
I think it's too late now...
But, a 14" steering wheel would be a
good start for the 5th gen. If it ever
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