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DREW & BETSY.
After four months of waiting for #841 to move it's way down the line and following every step of it's production ... it ships and arrives in Arizona.
But, despite the eager anticipation, she doesn't come home. As Mesa was in the middle of a monsoon that afternoon. And as I had promised, this car will never be driven in the rain and get wet under the chassis.
On her new HRE P40SC rims and Goodyear Eagle Supercar F1 G2 tires.
While her original 2 mile rims and tires go into storage.
Hold on as we hit 172mph
Best when watched in stereo.
Barrett-Jackson Auctions First 2012 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1.
The modern-day muscle car, complete with its 580 horsepower and 556 pound-feet of torque sold for $250,000. The 2012 ZL1 Production #69 was a tribute to the legendary 1969 Camaro ZL1 of which only 69 were produced.
Home Sweet Home
Superponies: The mega Mustang and the killer Camaro battle for control of the street.
Back in late 2012 I had a dream ... how awesome would it be to have one of these "off the production line" powerful beauties?
With that kind of potential investment return, I have to get my hands on one.
So in early 2013, what became an arduous task, started the process of locating and buying my very own. But I eventually learned there was one big problem, all 2000 cars that were to be produced for 2012 were already allocated to buyers (before the first one every rolled off the production line). So I added my name to all the local AZ dealers who would put me on their waitlist. Then finally a glimmer of hope, a call from a GM at one of the many dealers, "One of our California buyers was able to buy one in CA so we have an allocation open up. Do you want it?" "YES of course", I replied.
(Homes with 5+ car garages)
to have not just one but BOTH these beasts?
So in late 2013, just a month after the ZL1's arrival, the expedition to find a 2013 GT500 begins. Deja Vu all over again, none! But on the last call, jackpot. The dealer's LAST allocation was pre-ordered in the desired color and with all the bells and whistles (including the track pack). So she arrived in the end of December and came home for the ultimate battle on New Year's Eve - WOW what a way to kick-off the new year.
Now thats an ROI that cant be beat.
An authentic ZL1 certified by Ed Cuneen of COPO Connection sold at Barrett Jackson in Scottsdale AZ for $495,000.