Back in the early 2000s, it was a fairly common trend to outfit regular, inexpensive vehicles with butterfly doors, also known as “Lamborghini doors.” This rather tacky trend seems to have died out over the years, as even the most ostentatious of modified vehicles these days usually retain regular hinged doors.
Someone didn’t get the memo that aftermarket butterfly doors are no longer cool, though. Whoever the previous owner of this 2014 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 was decided to install some butterfly door hinges to the supercharged muscle car, ensuring the black-on-black coupe turns even more heads when the owner hops out of it.
This car is currently for sale at Milwaukee dealership Lot 99 for $36,995. While the butterfly doors are a bit of a questionable modification, the car otherwise seems to be a decent example of the breed. The odometer shows just 20,000 miles and it appears to be in decent shape both inside and out. The car has also been upgraded with a methanol injection kit and an aftermarket Corsa exhaust, giving the supercharged 6.2L LSA V8 engine a bit more bite. As a reminder, the LSA V8 was good for 580 horsepower and 556 pound-feet of torque. This particular car also left the factory with a six-speed manual transmission, rather than the optional six-speed automatic.
While some prospective buyers may be apprehensive to jump on this car due to the butterfly doors, it should be fairly easy to undo the over-the-top modification. A set of factory door hinges will return this Camaro ZL1’s doors to normal and should be fairly cheap and relatively easy to find considering how common the fifth-generation Chevrolet Camaro is.
Check out the listing at this link for more photos of this somewhat gaudy Chevrolet Camaro ZL1.