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The Pick of the Day is a low-mileage 2012 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 listed for sale on ClassicCars.com by a private seller in Fort Myers, Florida. (Click the link to view the listing)
“As new from original owner from my private collection, 909 miles of a true collector’s muscle car,” the listing states. This Camaro wears an exterior finish in Victory Red and is “loaded with options,” the seller states. At over a decade old, the car looks showroom-fresh — and it should, having accrued fewer than 1,000 miles on the odometer since being sold new. According to the listing, this one-owner vehicle has been part of a private collection.
This Camaro comes from the fifth generation which evoked an all-new redesign beginning with the car’s 2010 model year. The chassis used General Motors’ “Zeta” platform and could be optioned as either a coupe or a convertible. The reason why this car was big deal was because the Camaro name had been absent from the marketplace since 2002; General Motors wanted the new Camaro to unite customers with Camaro-related memories.
Never content to leave well enough alone, Chevrolet upped the ante just two years later in 2012 by launching a performance-engineered variant of the Camaro called the ZL1 at the Chicago Auto Show. Taking the already-potent SS model, the ZL1 received a higher-performance fuel system, engine and transmission coolers, heavy-duty universal joints, heat exchangers, a Magnetic Ride suspension, and Brembo brakes all the way around with six-piston calipers up front and four-piston calipers in the rear. This car came as track-ready as it was street-ready.
Today’s feature ZL1 is optioned with equipment including a carbon fiber hood insert, polished cast-aluminum wheels, a rear spoiler, and a quad-outlet exhaust system. Its supercharged LSA 6.2-liter V8 feeds torque rearward through a Tremec TR-6060 six-speed manual transmission. The cockpit is similarly well-appointed, showing contrast red stitching and backrest embroidery on the black leather seats, as well as a Boston Premium Audio sound system, a head-up display, a mirror-mounted rearview camera.
A window sticker is reportedly included with the sale along with a ZL1 certification document.
The seller is asking $79,000 or best offer for this as-new Camaro which is a strong price for an even stronger car. There can’t be many of these left with odometer readings of fewer than four digits!
To view this listing on ClassicCars.com, see Pick of the Day.