1997 SuperNatural Camaro

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1997 SuperNatural Camaro

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Hello everyone. I've been looking everywhere on the internet and I cannot seem to get a good feel for the value of a 97 SuperNatural Camaro. Apparently not enough were produced for NADA to give them a value. Anyway, I know a guy who is thinking about selling his and I don't know what kind of price to expect. So, I was wondering if any of you could give me any sort of educated ballpark figure. Here is a list of everything I know about the car (assuming it's true):
1. It was shipped brand new directly from the lot to Callaway to have the SNAT package installed (which I believe was about 30K)
2. It has all records of maintenance/work from day 1 -- all done by the same person (minus the SNAT install of course).
3. Cosmetically, it is in perfect condition inside and out. The front and rear have just been repainted.
4. It has a recently replaced clutch, brakes, and tires.
5. HOWEVER, it has just under 120,000 miles on it and it does not have the aerobody.

Thanks for reading and for your reply if you have one.
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Re: 1997 SuperNatural Camaro

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Can you post some pictures of it, or email them to me at brangeta @ gmail . com? (remove the spaces)

The value really isn't too much different from that of a regular Z28 in many cases because not many people know what a Callaway Camaro is. Is it a SuperNatural 400, 435, or 450? That would make a difference.

Does it have Brembo brakes? Callaway leather interior? Callaway suspension?

At that mileage, I am assuming the car is needing an engine rebuild...? Leaking oil from the rear of the manifold and needing spark plugs?
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Re: 1997 SuperNatural Camaro

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Is this car silver or black by any chance?
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Thanks for the replies. No I don't have any pictures yet, but it is silver.
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Are you going to be buying the car, or selling it?
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As of last week, I bought it.
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Daniel,

Congratulations!!

Let me be the first to say.... please post some pics!!

It should be one GREAT ride!

-Luigi
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Daniel wrote:As of last week, I bought it.

Good deal on pulling the trigger :beer
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Well let's see whatcha got! :D :thumbs
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Re: 1997 SuperNatural Camaro

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--Brangeta,
I will post some pictures soon -- I don't have a camera at the moment!


--Luigi,
Thanks for the congrats, and you're definitely right about it being a fun car. I'm only 24, but I've been dealing cars as a hobby for several years and I have had the opportunity to drive some very nice ones, but mostly foreign (BMW, Mercedes, Audi, and Porsche -- I didn't realize how German this list was until typing it out, but I digress), and it has been a real pleasure.
I thought the last two cars I was driving were fun -- a Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG and a BMW M3 (not the new v8) -- but neither of them put a smile on my face quite like the SuperNatural Camaro. This is my first experience with a genuinely American approach to performance, and I'm now sure that obtaining a C16 Coupe is my new life goal! This question may be absurd (as I don't really know much about how the "supercar" market works), but have you been able to experience any of the C16 projects? Take care. Daniel
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