2010 Chevrolet Camaro PACE CAR 2SS

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Technical specifications

Fuel Type:Gasoline
Engine:6.2L 6162CC 376Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
Trim:SS Coupe 2-Door
Number of Cylinders:8
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The following is the exact press release from GM*: (please read this official GM press release, and note which engine and transmission the cars are all supposed to have.)
DETROIT -- For the first time since 1993, Chevrolet will build and sell a replica of a Camaro Indianapolis 500 Pace Car.
“We set out to build a collectible vehicle that will appeal to the die-hard Many of the Media personalities not happy about the 400hp and only automatics, for example the 3rd example here from Jeremy Korzeniewski saying "(What, no Manual?)"
There was a total of 294 of the Pace cars built, 50 of them were festival Camaro's and were used to go around the track at the race, all Automatics, and they were numbered cars 1-50. There was 199 Units shipped to 187 (or 186 depends on what you read) of the top Camaro Chevrolet retails (only way it could be ordered was as an automatic with the 400Hp L99 engine). And only 45 shipped to be sold by Canadian dealers. This pace car was one of the lowest production pace cars ever with only 294 built, the festival car was supposed to be the most rare of them because of limited production of only 50. But the car listed here is the actual lowest production car by mistake because in Canada only, GM made a mistake and a few dealers (total not know by myself, but estimated at 5-10) tried to order the car with the LS3 426HP engine and the 6-speed manual transmission that the official car should have been. THIS IS ONE OF THE FEW CARS NOT SUPPOSED TO EXIST. These cars were so rare and hard to get in the beginning that many of the dealers had to have a lottery for the collector buyers to enter, and could only have the right to buy the car if their name was drawn, and then how much over retail do you think many of these cars sold for? Im not sure either but you can count on many tens of thousands more than retail, and that was for the automatics!!! There has only been one other manual Pace car for sale in North America, ever! this car has less than 2800 miles/4500 kms! its perfect in every way (other than one wheel with scuffs so small they barely show in a picture). You have seen how much very rare production Camaro's have gone for at Barrett Jackson. A super low production manual LS3 Pace Car that was an ordering mistake going through Barrett Jackson will easily hit 6 digits in the not too far future.
Barrett Jackson only hires the best from around the country and their appraisers are awesome at what they do, but this car would be hard to put a number on for sure.
I would think that the Barrett Jackson appraisers have never even seen a 2010 Pace Car with the Manual and the LS3. The different engine code LS3 426HP engine and the Manual transmission are very tangible collector differences from the regular car, were not talking about minor differences like different wheels and a CD player vs a Cassette player.
If your a true Camaro collector, you probably don't have one of these, especially with the Manual LS3. Win the bid, it will be a sure original at a Camaro Car Show or gathering!
if you have a legitimate question about the car don't hesitate to send me an email or text. troycm@shaw.ca or 403-892-8575. the instrument cluster in a 2010 Camaro is switched completely to Miles and USA Imperial with the touch of a button. As learnt from my last listing that sold in Alabama, all transport, title, and inspections can be all arranged through one of a few companies I have contact information for, no problem.

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