1993 ZL1 Chevrolet Camaro
The 1993 ZL1 was, in truth, built on a dare. When the 1993 Camaro first came out, a person from the media stated to an important employee in Chevrolet that “I bet we will never see another big-block Camaro built”. The ZL1 was a one of a kind not sold to the public, boasting a 572ci Donovan Aluminum Block Big Block Engine with over 700 hp (520 kW). Custom body styling, hood, black paint, and custom magnesium alloy wheels were also featured.
Barrett-Jackson Lot: 902 – Sold for 145,000 – Sold on a Scrap Title.
Features a Donovan big block aluminum 572cid engine with Brodie heads that produces an estimated 673hp with 710 ft/Lb of torque. Also has a Tremec 5-speed transmission, Brembo front disc and production disc rear brakes, Aluminum wheels with 11″ rims, Goodyear gsc 275 x 17 tires on 9.5″ rims (front) and Goodyear gsc 315 x 17 tires on 11″ rims (rear). Has a black exterior with silver striping, modified hood and ground effect package. The interior is production.
1993 Camaro ZL1 on the 1/4 mile track runs a 9.55 seconds at 144 mph