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Old 12-12-2004, 08:01 PM   #1
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1999 Camaro Z28 automatic, with cloth interior, t-tops, cassette (no cd), crank windows and no power locks. This sound like some sort of package code? ie 1LE or something along that line? I'm a truck guy not a Camaro guy and was interested in finding this out. Thanks
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1999 Camaro Z28 automatic, with cloth interior, t-tops, cassette (no cd), crank windows and no power locks. This sound like some sort of package code? ie 1LE or something along that line? I'm a truck guy not a Camaro guy and was interested in finding this out. Thanks
1LE was also a handling option for the most part.

Check the door codes for the option somewhere in there and look for "1LE" to see if it is. If it is, then it is very very very rare. If not, it is also a very rare Z28 and is a stripper car that will weigh very little.
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Sounds like a stripper Z28 but you mentioned it did have T-tops. The hardtops are worth more I believe.
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http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...511934037&rd=1

Its looks exactly like this one. But the one above is a 6 speed, has CD, and leather. Notice the aftermarket installed power window kit and the lip kit all around. Didn't the RS V-6's have this lip kit?
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Those were factory ground effects that I believe you could have gotten on any model. I know for a fact that 99 Z28 could have gotten them. Unlikely that a 1LE would have the ground effects though.
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Get the VIN and call A GM dealer. They know.
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I think what he's referring to is 1SC stripper car. I think that's an option, or "not" if you dont choose the preferred equipment package or whatever it's called. At least I've seen it referred to on here as 1SC anyway. Dont know if the car is still for sale (not ebay) but just my .02
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If it has t-tops, and the ground effects, it's not a 1LE.
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I know but he wasnt sure exactly what he's thinking of is called. He just used 1LE as an example of what it may be. I think he's referring to what is called 1SC stripper car.
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i have an 02 Z28 stripper... hardtop,6 speed,crank windows,cloth interior,no TCS, no foglights,but it does have a cd player.
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