Last updated Jun 2, 2011
I would like to take this opportunity to introduce "Jezebel" to the world. I nicknamed the car this early on, because she loves to be driven hard, and does not mind being left out in the cold afterwards...LOL. I bought this car from a middle aged couple in the fall of '03. It was stock down to the paper air filter. Here is a pic from the day I picked her up.
She has came along way since then, and looks quite a bit different now. The day I got her, I ripped out the stock grille and replaced the fender badging with those from a '69 Z28 and replaced the shift knob. That was the beginning of the mod bugs infestation.
I had a '94 Z28 for about 4 years that was pretty heavely performance modified. I looked for almost 2 years to find this one, as I wanted a six speed convertible to cruise and do the local shows in. This is why this car has not strayed too far from stock in the performance area. The car currently has over 170,000 miles and has never been torn into. When the time comes, it will be replaced with a mild LS2, but the way it runs, that might be quite aways off into the future. This one is pretty rare also, only 71 Cayenne Red Metalic Z28 convertibles were built in '98, and with the factory options this one has, it's really a lot lower production than that (figured in the low teens-confirmed by Scott Settlemire).
5.7 litre V-8 six speed.
This car was ordered with the M6, no traction control, and the non-monsoon radio/tape player with the six cd changer in the trunk.
Aftermarket Air Lid
Polished Throttle Body
BMR Strut Tower Brace
Spohn Subframe Connectors
Spohn Lower Control Arms
BMR Adjustable Pan Hard Bar
Drilled and Slotted Rotors
Lou's Short Stick
2002 Factory SS Hood and Spoiler
SLP Bowtie Grille
1969 Z28 Emblems
Stainless Camaro Inserts
Real Carbon Fiber Interior Trrim Pieces
McEwen Silver Faced Guage Overlays with T/A Bezel
Flameball Shift Knob
Widstop Wind Screen from Afterthoughts Auto
Trans Am Seats with Custom Headrest Embroidery
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