2002 Camaro SS - $13,500 obo (208) 520-6870 call Barney (leave voicemail or text is OK)
5.7L (LS1), 6-spd (T56), 49,000 mi, I'm the original owner, T-tops, non-smoker, factory Hurst short throw shifter, dark metallic Blue, grey & black interior, A/C, CD, traction control, 4-wheel ABS (not just 3-wheel ABS), cruise control, driver & pass air bags, rear defroster

AutoX setup (CAM-C / ESP / previous 2 yrs in STP):
F: 1200 lbs/in springs, Ground-Control adj. coil-over, solid 35mm sway bar, Koni SA, tubular upper control arm, -2.5 deg camber, 1/16” toe out, Moog lower control arm bushings (ball & socket design), HoosierPE racing front wheel bearing assemblies w/ ARP studs (tapered roller bearings, not ball bearings), tubular upper shock tower brace, Hawk HP+ brake pads, 600F brake fluid
Corner weight adjusted à FL: 997, FR: 998, RL: 824, RR: 813 (lbs)

R: 175 lbs/in springs, Ground-Control weight jacking adj., Strano 3-way adj. 22mm hollow sway bar, Koni SA, Watt-links 7-way adj. roll center (much better than panhard bar), T2R Torsen racing limited slip diff., Red Line 75W-90NS, stock 3.42:1, tubular control arms with poly ball & socket bushings, Hawk HPS pads

Corbeau LG1 micro-suede adj. racing seats (slide & recline) with 2-pt lap belt (rest of 5-pt harness included)
Set of 18” x 10.5” wheels with 315/30R18 BFG Rival S (~50% tread remaining)
Two sets of factory SS wheels (17”x9”): 1. Painted gun-metal grey wheels w/ BFG G-force Sport Comp-2 275/40R17 (street tires) 2. Factory painted bright silver original wheels (no tires)
SLP bolt-on 3-pt. sub-frame connectors, SLP tubular torque arm, “1-4 skip shift” eliminator
SLP 2.5” Y-pipe, SLP “Loud Mouth” 3” cat-back exhaust, K&N drop-in filter, SLP high flow air filter box
Trailer hitch 1 ½” receiver w/ 4-pin wiring harness. 10” sub (Sundown audio) in custom enclosure with 400W digital amp, tinted rear window. Service manuals PDF for 4th Gen F-body (1998 – 2002 Camaro), original (take-off) parts included

call Barney (208) 520-6870 (leave voicemail or text is OK). I have many more pics, too many to post.
I'm in the Eastern Idaho region