The year was 1969, and the muscle car wars were in full swing. Each one of the big three had developed their own version of the ultimate high-performance big-block engine.
Then Chevrolet unleashed the ZL1®, the most powerful 427- cubic inch engine ever released
by General Motors. Based on an exotic aluminum block, the ZL1® offered only the best components from the L88 engine including a high-compression piston, high-flow aluminum heads and intake, and a bulletproof bottom end. In all, only 69 Camaros and 2 Corvettes were ever produced with the ZL1® making it one of the rarest and most desirable big-blocks ever made.
Now, in the tradition of that legendary ZL1® Camaro of yesteryear, SLP presents the 2011 ZL® Camaro.
Only 69 will be built for 2011; all with a 750HP Supercharged 427ci powerplant; and they’ll go fast! Literally.