Serious Chevrolet Camaro fans should recognize the Berger name. The Grand Rapids, Michigan-based Chevrolet dealer has a history for going the extra mile to cater to enthusiasts, being original selling dealers for the 1969 COPO Camaros and sold one of the original 69 Camaro ZL-1 models back in 1969. Now, Berger looks to honor that heritage with a pair of special packages for the Camaro SS 1LE.
The entry level package for the Berger 1LE will be just an extra $3,000 to the MSRP of a buyer’s Camaro SS 1LE, featuring visual upgrades inspired by Chevy’s original SEMA 1LE Concept Car from 2012. With it will come a custom painted hood and front fender hash-marks, replicating that of the concept. The package will also feature 1LE badging, a blackened rear fascia, a heritage grille up front, and the Berger signature “Prescribed Power” graphic underneath the hood.
To spice things up, there’s the optional handling package for another $1,200. Of which, enhances the Berger 1LE’s grip by ditching the standard 1LE’s 285 width rear tires for a set of 305/35ZR20 Goodyear F1 Supercar G:2 rear tires found on the ZL1, a set of higher-rate Pfadt 1.25-inch lowering springs, and a more track-oriented wheel alignment.
Interested parties are instructed to contact Dick Jacques at 616-575-9607 or email@example.com, as stated on Berger’s blog site.