The $75,000 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is the most high-performance, bat-guano, race-ready Camaro that Chevrolet has ever made. What’s it’s doing to cars twice, three-times, and even four-times its price and beyond is like something out of a fairy tale. The stuff that it’s being compared to — the Porsche 911 GT3, for example — is unprecedented considering it’s supposed to be *just* a Camaro. And yet, tuners still manage to find room to improve.
One of the more unique Z/28 Camaros we’ve come across is this Summit White example. Upon closer inspection, the 505 horsepower 7.0-liter LS7 engine has been topped off with a Magnuson supercharger kit and some bolt-on pieces, putting it somewhere in the 625 horsepower realm.
The performance pieces are great, but that’s not what initially caught our eye with this car. The front splitter, which is normally painted black on the Z/28, has been wrapped in a white vinyl film, while the wickerbill spoiler has been wrapped in a white carbon fiber patterned vinyl. The rear taillights have also been covered in a transparent white cover, which is what really sets this ‘Z apart from the rest.