Saleen is mostly known for producing some of the most well rounded tuned Ford Mustangs available, in addition to the epic S7 supercar, but they recently decided to branch out a bit. The result was three tuned versions of the current American pony car trifecta, the Dodge Challenger, Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro.
The special-edition cars were each painted in a similar color scheme and received similar upgrades to their respective V8 engines. In the Camaro’s case, Saleen applied an eighth-generation Saleen-designed and built supercharger to the 6.2-liter LS3 engine, bumping output to 625 horsepower.
Anyone who’s familiar with Saleen knows the upgrades didn’t stop inside the engine bay. The cabin has been graced with a Saleen gear shifter, reupholstered two-tone white and black seating, Saleen floor mats and Saleen badging on the dash, steering wheel and headrests. On the outside, there’s Saleen-specific 20-inch wheels, Saleen dual-exhaust, 14-inch cross drilled brake rotors, Saleen badging and authentic Saleen numbering.
We really love the treatment given to this Camaro and think the yellow/white color scheme looks seriously good, but there’s a slight downside. The dealer, Dream Makers Automotive in Fort Wayne, IN., is asking $89,500 for it. We know some buyers hold Steve Saleen and his company in very high regard, but the S620 Camaro is undercut by the fifth-gen Camaro Z/28, which is muscle car royalty among Chevy fans.
Check out the listing here for additional information and photos, and let us know in the comments if you’d pick this rare tuner special over what is currently the holy grail of production Camaros, the Z/28.