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Autotrader Find: 2017 Chevy Camaro SS Borla Exhaust Project Car

The new 2018 Chevy Camaro SS is recently on the road and still turning heads — and this particular example turns more heads than most. It’s a 2017 Camaro SS Coupe, which isn’t especially unusual, but it also happens to be a Borla Exhaust project car — and that means it’s loaded with some cool stuff. See the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro models for sale near you

Starting on the outside, this Camaro SS has what’s described in the ad as "Borla Custom Livery," which is really just a wrap — and you can remove it if you don’t want to drive around in a mobile Borla Exhaust billboard. Beyond that, there are track-spec lightweight wheels, Pirelli P-Zero tires and upgraded Brembo brakes.

The fun stuff is what you can’t see: There is, of course, a Borla cat-back exhaust, likely developed solely around this car, as Borla used this Chevy as a "project car" to test aftermarket Camaro exhaust systems for the market. There’s also a supercharger kit, which likely enhances this Camaro’s horsepower significantly from the already-impressive 455 hp produced by the standard SS. The ad also notes the car has a custom tune by Cunningham Motors and sport suspension that deletes the Camaro’s magnetic ride. Of course, it also touts a 6-speed manual transmission.

Offered by a private seller in Oxnard, California, north of Los Angeles, this Camaro has been modified well — and it’s also been driven sparingly, with just 3,100 miles on the odometer. Whether or not it’s worth the asking price of $55,000 is up to you. Find a 2017 Chevrolet Camaro for sale

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