Posted on: May 19, 2012 | 18,907 reads

Chevrolet Camaro Panther by SLP

Street Legal Performance looks to the past in delivering their latest Camaro project.
Veteran New Jersey-based GM tuning specialist Street Legal Performance, better-known as SLP, has delivered a novel Camaro package dubbed the "Panther," a name Chevy used for a project to rival the Mustang in 1965 before finally going with the name Camaro. Painted all black, 100 Panther Camaros will be available as a supercharged 6.2-liter 560-, 585- and 600-hp models, while 45 will come in 700-hp form. SLP claims the Panther 600 can sprint from 0-60mph in around 3.5 seconds.
Chevrolet Camaro Panther by SLP
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All that extra power comes courtesy of a Magna Charge TVS 2300 supercharger package aided by high-lift rocker arms, titanium retainers and springs. There's also an SLP Blackwing cold-air induction system and an axle-back Loud Mouth II exhaust system. An upgraded spring package lowers the ride height by an inch, while various suspension upgrades are also available, such as a coilover spring/shock package. Naturally the Panther's looks are just as important as its bite, so SLP added a new fascia, hood & trunk graphics, side-grill inserts, a rear spoiler, and Panther-logo mats and headrests.
Added extras include 20-inch black-chrome wheels, a front splitter, rear diffuser, and Brembo upgrade packages. The base price for the 2012 SLP Chevy Camaro Panther 600 is $57,000, which includes a $32,000 1SS donor car. The 700hp Panther Base package comes in at $64,995.
Chevrolet Camaro Panther by SLP
Chevrolet Camaro Panther by SLP
Chevrolet Camaro Panther by SLP
Chevrolet Camaro Panther by SLP
Chevrolet Camaro Panther by SLP
Chevrolet Camaro Panther by SLP
Chevrolet Camaro Panther by SLP
Chevrolet Camaro Panther by SLP



by Adam Lynton
Chevrolet Camaro Panther by SLP
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