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Promoted item:Chevrolet : Camaro Z28

Chevrolet : Camaro Z28

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  • US $18,500.00
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$50,000.00
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Item location: Escondido, California
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$18,100.00
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Condition: New
Item location: Madison, Ohio
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$22,500.00
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Item location: New Braunfels, Texas
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$12,500.00
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Item location: Crowley, Texas
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Item location: Vicksburg, Michigan
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Item location: Madison, Ohio
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$27,000.00
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Condition: Used
Item location: Columbia, South Carolina
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$1,500.00
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$685.00
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Item location: Springville, Utah
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$25,000.00
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Item location: American Fork, Utah
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$45,000.00
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$35,000.00
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Item location: Swartz Creek, Michigan
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$24,800.00
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Condition: Used
Item location: West Chester, Pennsylvania
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$44,600.00
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Item location: Roswell, Georgia
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$20,100.00
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Condition: Used
Item location: Sacramento, California
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$48,900.00
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Item location: Chicago, Illinois
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$22,000.00
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Item location: Danville, California
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$3,825.00
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Item location: Newton, New Jersey
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$19,800.00
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Item location: Athens, Tennessee
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$54,900.00
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Condition: Used
Item location: Des Moines, Iowa
$33,600.00
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Item location: Des Moines, Iowa
$33,433.00
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Condition: Used
Item location: Bettendorf, Iowa
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$29,900.00
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Item location: Des Moines, Iowa
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Condition: Seller refurbished
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$50,000.00
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Item location: Dothan, Alabama
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Item location: Lakeside, California
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$18,101.00
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Item location: Phoenix, Arizona
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$59,990.00
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Item location: Bucyrus, Kansas
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$15,600.00
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Item location: Sanford, Maine
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$7,666.00
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Item location: Littleton, Colorado
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About Camaro

For many American car enthusiasts, the name 'Camaro' could be shortened to 'Cool.' In the history of American automotive engineering, few cars come close to the reputation and image of the Chevrolet Camaro. Many people incorrectly assume that the Camaro was GM's response to the Ford Mustang, which was viewed as its chief competitor. In actuality, the Camaro is entirely unique. In the mid-sixties when the first Camaros rolled off the showroom floor, GM knew they had something special. In subsequent years, more research and development dollars were allocated to put more power under the hood and more handling behind the wheel. It worked: some Camaros from the '60s have 327 horsepower V8 engines. 1968 was a watershed year for GM and the Camaro. The 1968 Camaro was (and still is) an instant classic, and it paved the way for decades of later models. Other popular versions include the Camaro Z28 and Camaro Convertible.To many sports car fans' great disappointment, the Chevrolet Camaro was discontinued in 2002 (but there is a very good chance it will make its return at some point). These cars hold their value extremely well due to high loyalty among their drivers. Because of limited supply, Camaros are highly prized whether purchased online or as a certified pre-owned model.Consumers are discovering that online shopping isn't strictly limited to disposable consumer goods. The market for selling cars online is growing substantially. An online auction, in particular, is a great buyer's market for used Camaros and other Chevrolets.