Camaro Z/28 Marketplace Find is A Fast Car Priced to Sell Even Faster
Z/28 is the rarest of the 5th generation Camaro, so serious buyers might want to jump on this one.
While the big power of the 6th generation Camaro ZL1 tends to overshadow the 5th generation Z/28, there is no question that as naturally aspirated muscle cars go, the LS7-powered Camaro was one of the greatest all-around performance cars of the modern era. Even though the 5th gen ZL1 packed more power, the Z/28’s track-inspired design made it an instant legend in the history of the Camaro.
Unfortunately, while the 2014 and 2015 Camaro Z/28 was an incredible performance machine, it was also incredibly expensive, carrying a price tag of more than $75,000. As a result, sales and production numbers were fairly low, making these cars hard to find in today’s used car market. However, “onesloGTO” posted a 2015 Z/28 for sale in the LS1Tech Marketplace and it is priced to move, so if you are serious about buying a 5th gen LS7 Camaro, now is your time.
When the OP posted his 2015 Camaro Z/28 for sale, he offered up the following information.
For Sale or Trade
2015 Camaro Z28
6 Speed M/T
7.0L LS7 427 505HP
Great car built for the track!! Only 1,801 ever made.
A/C and Radio
Never Tracked, Carbon Ceramic Brakes are still like new!
The mileage might be a little higher than some prospective buyers might want to see, but this car is “loaded”, meaning that is has air-conditioning, and, mileage aside, it appears to be in perfect condition. Shy of a different color, there isn’t much more than a potential buyer could want in a 5th gen Z/28.
5th Gen Z/28 Production Numbers
The 5th generation Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 was only offered for the 2014 and 2015 model years, with a total of 1,801 units produced over those two years. 1,292 of those were built for 2015 and of those, 520 were painted black and equipped with air-conditioning like the car listed for sale in the marketplace. Black cars from 2015 with air-conditioning are technically the most-common of the 5th generation Z/28, but again, we are talking about 520 cars out of a total production run of 1,801. Plus, these cars are sought after and, in most cases, cherished by owners, so it is not every day that one comes up for sale.
The Z/28 is the rarest of the modern Camaro packages, which when coupled with the performance capabilities leads to a high resale value for a four-year-old Chevy. Kelley Blue Book puts the private party value of this car around $39,600, with a range that reaches up to $42,187. That makes the list price of $39,500 a pretty good deal and when you factor in the rarity of this car, this is a deal that a serious buyer may want to jump on before it is gone.