$30,800

It is a Phoenix TransAm conversion that is black and has gold Phoenix emblem on hood, gold and chrome wheels with Phoenix center rim, and Pirelli 275/40 ZR20 tires. It has 21,901 miles. The interior is black with black and camel leather TransAm upholstery. It is automatic and has power windows, power door locks, power mirrors, power seat, tilt steering wheel, cruise control, interval wipers, A/C, stereo, CD player, front bucket seats with center console, dual front airbags, side impact airbags, and dark tinted windows. #0346. Contact

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 |  Address:  Bosco, Louisiana 71201

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Best Muscle Car for the $$$
By CamaroKev, April 21, 2013

I bought my Camaro 2LT RS and have been extremely impressed. From tight handling to the amount of power in the direct injection 3.6L V-6, this car is amazing. The 2011 has 312HP, enough to get up and move out. The 2LT RS comes fully equipped with the same amenities as a fully loaded V-8 Camaro. Heated seats, heated mirrors, leather sports seats, 20 inch rims, Halo Projector beam headlights, power sunroof, heads-up display and even paddle shifters. This car has it all, not to mention it's impressive looks. Even in this V-6, it still turns heads even four years after it's initial release. If you are in the market for a 2+2 seating vehicle, and do not mind a coupe, I'd highly recommend you take a look and test drive at the Chevy Camaro. All I can say is that you won't be disappointed.

Great Car
By Orange car driver, March 16, 2013

Bought my 2011 Camaro SS used with 17,000 miles on it.
Surprises:
Visibility – A lot of professional reviewers ding it for poor visibility so I was expecting the worst. My first impression the first time I set in it was; “What are they talking about”. It’s little tough to maneuver it tight spaces but while driving, the views are great and; this is the first car I have owned that doesn’t have a huge blind spot on the rear drivers side.

Cargo space – The trunk is huge and the rear seat folds down for even more flexibility. One could actually sleep in the trunk with the seat folded down!

Refinement – I LOVE the heads-up display. The compass, thermometer, tire pressure sensor, and mileage monitor are all great. The airbag sensor in the passenger front seat is great for my kids.

Gas Mileage – Not great in town but on the highway with the cruse set at 65mph, it get 25+mpg. That crazy for a 376ci engine!!

Wheels – I like the fact the spokes on the rims are far enough apart that you can get you hand in between them to wash the inside of the rim.

Seatbelts – If you are one of those old people who grew up with the seatbelts buried somewhere in the crack of the big bench seat of your Dad’s old Chevy. and still choose sometimes to go seatbelt-less for old-times sake; this is the car for you! It chimes once to remind you and that’s it. No continuous harassment like most other new cars. I was SHOCKED to learn that.

As expected, the car is super fast, however it’s very well behaved, so at times it doesn’t feel fast. For example; probably due to the large tire size it doesn’t really want to light up the tires but it does launch pretty quick when I get on it a little bit. The ride is smooth but you still feel the road which could get a little annoying on rough city streets. It goes from 60 to 100 in what seems like a split second. As everyone else states, the seats are highly comfortably. The controls are laid out well and are for the most part intuitive. My Camaro has a sunroof which is a great option. I actually prefer it to a rag-top. . A lot of reviewers say the V6 is a better value but there is something about the sound of the V8 when you’re getting on it that V6’s can never match. But I guess some people aren’t in to that kind of thing.

Bad: Can’t really think of anything. It is the best looking, most refined Camaro yet and for the money, probably the best deal you’ll find in a performance car. I dinged it a star for performance because to me, sometime it seems a little to refined and well mannered; but if you’re going to drive it much, that’s probably actually a good thing.


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