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Old 07-28-2008, 11:29 AM   #1
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93' Camaro Z28 for sale... :'(

i hate to let it go, havent had it for long, im the second owner since the original owner sold it to me a few months ago, 38k miles on a 1993, intact interior everything is completely original no stains or anything the exterior is in amazing condition, all it really needs is a paintjob, i just had an $850 job done on it including new wiring/ distributor kit, engine runs flawless, havent had a problem with it really... here are some pics, asking price $7k, email: grimzors@hotmail.com contact me there for more info or questions







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Bump, anyone? just had oil change, filter, new spark plugs, plug cables, etc.
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Old 07-28-2008, 10:23 PM   #3
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ttt....there is NOTHING wrong with this car
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Pretty sure those aren't the original rims.

Chrome salad shooters were only available one year.

Very low miles for a 93, good luck with the sale.
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yea, those are the original rim's, when they came out in 93 very few limited ones had chrome salad shooters, i bought this car from the original owner and he said he never changed a thing on it, as far as looks go
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yea, those are the original rim's, when they came out in 93 very few limited ones had chrome salad shooters, i bought this car from the original owner and he said he never changed a thing on it, as far as looks go
Are you sure about that? From what I've read they were only available in 1996. I really hope they made them for more than one year though.



Good luck on the sale too. Great looking car. Nice to see some 93's in great shape.
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Chrome salad shooters were only available in 1996, though there's nothing that says you couldn't take the regular painted ones, strip the silver off, and have them chromed.
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Chrome salad shooters were only available in 1996, though there's nothing that says you couldn't take the regular painted ones, strip the silver off, and have them chromed.
There's a good chance of that. Seems like the center cap (not the bolt thing) looks more chrome than it does on other chrome salad shooters I see.
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im pretty sure, theyre original i even have the original papers of the options you could get on the car from 93, the old owner kept EVERYTHING from this car
even the window sticker... and every paper from when its been serviced.
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im pretty sure, theyre original i even have the original papers of the options you could get on the car from 93, the old owner kept EVERYTHING from this car
even the window sticker... and every paper from when its been serviced.
See if you have RPO code N96 or N98 on the RPO code sheet in your car. It's funny, but I always forget where it is located. I think it's in your passenger glovebox on a sticker.

N96 = silver painted aluminum wheels (salad shooters as we call them)
N98 = chrome aluminum wheels (salad shooters as we call them)

The chrome wheels weren't a factory option til 96, and were actually only an option in 96 since they switched to 5 spokes in '97. But your dealership the car was purchased at could have had them chromed or something.
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well he got it from somewhere in cali, all i know is that they are original from the time of purchase
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They're a cool feature either way. They look great on the black car, and are rare, so I don't think anybody should care if they are not original to the car.

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all this car honestly needs is a paintjob, like i said im asking 7k negotiable and am located in hollywood florida, if any of you guys know someone who might be interested please let me know
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my '93 has the same chrome salad shooters, and as far as i know that's how it always was...
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well again, if anyone is interested please let me know
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