Florida Dealer Offering Brand-New 2014 Chevy Camaro Z/28 at $25,000 Discount
Pony car? Unicorn.
The fifth-generation Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 received a hero’s welcome from American enthusiasts. Back in 2014, the special edition muscle car famously clocked a 7m 37s wet lap of the Nürburgring, faster than dry times for the Lamborghini Murciélago and contemporary Porsche 911 Carrera S. No wonder the initial run of Z/28s sold out before arriving at dealerships.
So Chevy created a sticky-tired, manually-shifted, 505-horsepower phenomena. Trouble is, Chevy also limited production to 500 units that first model year, which means lots of people missed the boat. No worries. Naples Auto Collection is now offering those people a second shot.
The dealership, located in Fort Myers, Florida, has recently listed a 2014 Camaro Z/28. It’s red over black, flawless, and shows a mere 336 miles on the odometer. Hell, the rowdy, 427cid small-block V8 isn’t even past its break-in period. The ask? Try $49,995. Lest we forget, the Z/28 originally listed for $75,000. And that’s effectively what you’re getting here: According to the ad, this example was retained by GM for display purposes, and thus never allocated to a dealer. CarFax confirms, showing the car sold by the manufacturer at auction with 243 miles on the clock this January. Basically, it’s a brand-new, zero-owner vehicle, offered two years later at a $25,000 discount.
If you’re new-car shopping in the $50k arena, and don’t want the Shelby GT350 Mustang, this Z/28 looks to be a pretty solid option. Rare and fast, with a cool backstory to boot. Check out the ad here.