The last thing a Camaro needs is 324 more horses, but that didn’t stop SLP (a.k.a. Street Legal Performance) from making a Camaro ZL1. The original, hyphenated ZL-1 was a $4160 option pack in 1969, a box that just 69 customers checked. An underrated 430-hp, aluminum-block 7.0-liter V-8 was the highlight.
SLP adopts a similar approach with this Camaro. Its ZL1 package costs $80,000 on top of a $32,750 Camaro SS coupe or $38,800 convertible donor, as seen here. Just like the ’69, only 69 ZL1s will be offered by SLP. It’s a juiced-up, $118,800 clean-and-jerk that turns heads, raises ears, and roasts rubber.
via SLP Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Convertible – Specialty File – Car Reviews – Car and Driver.