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1996 CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28

NASA American Iron West #29

$18,000

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For Sale is my 1996 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 built for NASA American Iron West between 2000 and 2003 and raced until 2013. Dynoed for 331 hp and 345 tq and weighs 3144 lbs (includes driver and post-race gas weight, per NASA rules). Read more.

2004, Buttonwillow Raceway, CA. From on-board #29.

March 2007, california speedway:

Exterior:

  • Unless listed, the panel is OEM
  • Front and rear glass converted to Lexan
  • HPMotorsport GT adjustable wing and hardware
  • CF hood made by Alan Blaine 2008, weighs 6 lbs
  • Alan Blaine front air dam
  • Left rear fender fix, new rear bumper cover, CF hood paint (2008)
  • Spa racing mirrors

Engine:

  • Rebuild by Jim Weston Auto-Pro racing engines in Goleta, bored .030 over (2005)
  • A&A Corvette 2006 dyno tune (331 hp / 353 tq) and (372 hp / 377 tq)
  • Granatelli MAF 85mm 2014
  • Hooker long tube headers
  • Custom exhaust after headers by Alan Blaine 2008
  • Fidanza flywheel
  • SLP clutch
  • Canton oil pan
  • Becool radiator
  • New fuel pump and pressure regulator, flush injectors (Jan 2021)
  • 2008 fuel cell installed and plumbed by Alan Blaine, bladder due for replacement
  • Factory ECU in factory location
  • Extensive wiring harness removal of unneeded systems, new fuse block installed in cockpit passenger footwell

interior:

  • 7s Only adjustable seat bracket allows the seat to move fore and aft
  • FAST cool suit wired, not included
  • “Snap-off” quick release steering wheel
  • Battery master kill switch
  • VDO Gauges: tach, fuel level (not connected), water temp, oil temp, voltmeter, oil pressure
  • Schroth 6-point belts (manu 2012, exp 2017, D-130-T/98)
  • Racetech seat (4009HR 2002 exp July 2008), with seatback brace
  • Brake bias proportioning valve on transmission tunnel near driver’s right
  • Custom wiring harness connected to a/m fuse box
  • Sampson radio antenna in the roof
  • Window net
  • No fire extinguisher or suppressant system installed currently

brakes:

  • 2007 C5 Z06 front brake conversion
  • Rear caliper and rotors stock
  • Carbotech XP10 front
  • Carbotech panther PXP 1108 or 1107 rear
  • ARP wheel studs
  • Wheel spacers
  • Factory ABS removed, a proportioning valve installed in the cockpit near driver’s right of seat

suspension:

  • Koni DA rebuilt 2014 (1,000 front, 400 rear spring rate)
  • GlobalWest springs front and rear
  • Global West Front Upper Tubular Control Arms
  • G2 Front Lower Adjustable A-arms
  • Unbalanced Engineering Rear Lower Control Arms and Panhard Rod
  • Rebuilt Panhard Rod mounts
  • Unbalanced Engineering Decoupled Torque Arm (Installed 2008 by Alan Blaine)
  • Prothane sway bar and front end link bushings
  • AFS wheels
  • Toyo RR 275/40-17 2015

transmission and rear:

  • Stock T56 transmission, rebuilt 2006
  • TA Performance Diff girdle

various spares:

  • Water pump
  • Power Steering pump
  • Fuel injectors
  • Old Opti-sparks
  • BBK throttle body
  • Suncoast Creations Z-Style Fiberglass hood and K&N air filter for “ram air”
  • 3 AFS wheels
  • 2 wheel hubs with studs pressed in
  • 4 used Koni yellow shocks, not rebuilt
  • 1 spare air dam
  • Corvette brake pads
  • factory service manuals
  • spark plug wires
  • battery box
  • 2 springs (unknown) with shock collars
  • stock rear trunk valance, original rear decklid with fiberglass spoiler mounted
  • stock LCAs, front sway bar, front bumper cover support, torque arm, driveshaft, side mirrors, radiator

More info

#29 start, idle, stop. Recorded March 24, 2021.

For sale is my Z28 that I bought in 2000 as a street car from its original owner in Texas. I had it shipped to my home in Southern California and began building it to race specifically with the National Auto Sport Association’s (NASA) then-new class, American Iron. I placed second overall for the 2003 season and raced frequently during the following years, including at NASA Nationals at Mid-Ohio in 2007. The rear of the car was damaged during the main race and over the next two years it was rebuilt, including cosmetic, suspension, and fuel cell upgrades. Between 2011-13 I did a few events and my husband did some rookie races in the car. From then, I put it in storage in my garage at home where it has remained since. Over the past year I have ensured that it runs and drives, and is ready for a new home. The safety equipment such as the seat and belts are no longer in spec and will need to be replaced. The car has its original LT1 engine and transmission, though both have been rebuilt. It also has its OEM ECU which has been flashed for it’s current tune, and uses an Opti-Spark distributor. I have the California title, it is currently registered as “non-OP”.

My towing rig is available for sale if you are interested: a 24′ enclosed Braco trailer with generator (not running), heat and A/C, and awning for an additional $3K, and our 2003 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD crew cab 2WD diesel that has 120K miles (make offer). I have the California title for both truck and trailer.

Buttonwillow Raceway Park, 2014
Buttonwillow, 2003. Spare fiberglass hood and rear fiberglass spoiler shown
Willow Springs International Raceway 2005

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