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In need of some advice. Will be buying my first camaro very soon. Well as soon as see the 2014 in person to know whether I love or hate the rear end. Looking at the SS 1LE. I love the 2013 but the redesigned front end is kinda nice. Was originally looking at the ZL1 or the Z28 but I would feel obligated to sell my Hayabusa due to having too many toys, but I can somehow justify an SS with the SLP supercharger. Anyways. Just looking for opinions. Thanks in advance.
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There is no such thing as too many toys...lol!! Between the two I would probably get the ZL-1.

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In need of some advice. Will be buying my first camaro very soon. Well as soon as see the 2014 in person to know whether I love or hate the rear end. Looking at the SS 1LE. I love the 2013 but the redesigned front end is kinda nice. Was originally looking at the ZL1 or the Z28 but I would feel obligated to sell my Hayabusa due to having too many toys, but I can somehow justify an SS with the SLP supercharger. Anyways. Just looking for opinions. Thanks in advance.
Interesting dilemma, ZL1s are at least 55K and I imagine the Z28 will be about the same, SS2 40K or so and I think the 1LE adds about 3K, so a large difference between the first 2 and the last 2. If money was no object I think I might have to go with the Z28 because it is somewhat of an icon, but I don't think I could do without the AC and radio lol. I love my SS and am not disappointed at all, but if money was not an issue (including gas), I think I would be in a ZL1.

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I would agree with the ZL1 pick. What an awesome ride!
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In need of some advice. Will be buying my first camaro very soon. Well as soon as see the 2014 in person to know whether I love or hate the rear end. Looking at the SS 1LE. I love the 2013 but the redesigned front end is kinda nice. Was originally looking at the ZL1 or the Z28 but I would feel obligated to sell my Hayabusa due to having too many toys, but I can somehow justify an SS with the SLP supercharger. Anyways. Just looking for opinions. Thanks in advance.
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Interesting dilemma, ZL1s are at least 55K and I imagine the Z28 will be about the same, SS2 40K or so and I think the 1LE adds about 3K, so a large difference between the first 2 and the last 2. If money was no object I think I might have to go with the Z28 because it is somewhat of an icon, but I don't think I could do without the AC and radio lol. I love my SS and am not disappointed at all, but if money was not an issue (including gas), I think I would be in a ZL1.
Yes, if you pick the Z/28 you will need a good aftermarket radio with some good speakers. I believe the only option on the Z/28 is the AC.

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