I didn't mean to imply that a ZL1 sat any diffent from any other Camaro. I was just saying that none of em sat that high from the factory. Camera angles aside, that car shows the tops of both the left side tires with several inches to spare and they just didn't have that stance when new. A local kid, several years younger than I am got one for his 15th birthday. (Can you imagine hauling your parents around in that thing for a year with a learner's permit?) His parents, of considerable resources bought each of the 4 kids any car they wanted when they turned 15. This was his request and his mother found it in Colorado, drove her Cadillac out and flat towed it back to Georgia on a bumper hitch with only the driveshaft removed. After the car had been street raced, drag raced, changed to small block, then left outside for a number of years, I stupidly passed on it in the mid 80's for $3500. with tons of paperwork, and the phone # of the guy who had the original engine in a jet boat. I still have pictures of the car when close to new somewhere and also in the poor state it was in when available for sale. It ended up restored in the Milton Robson collection (Gainsville Ga) which is frequently mentioned on one of the car shows (My Classic Car or either American Muscle Car????) on TNN and I've got more pictures of it in that showcase. It's since been sold and I don't know where it is. It's Hugger Orange.
[This message has been edited by SolidLifters (edited 12-23-2001).]