A 2018 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 that’s suffered a significant amount of damage in the U.S. is currently available through Copart.
The track-focused muscle car, equipped with the 1LE package, was crashed with just 48 miles (77 km) on the clock. Images show that the car has sustained severe damage to both the front and rear end, which makes it restoring it a potentially costly business.
The bodywork damage could be repaired without too much fuss. All that would be required would be new headlights, fresh quarter panels, a new hood, front bumper and splitter. At the rear it needs a new tailgate, bumper, quarter panel, and taillight. However, most of the cost of repairing this Camaro would be spent on repairing the two wheels and suspension components that have been ripped off.
At the time of writing, the car had attracted a highest bid of $20,300, and we suspect that the person who placed that bid will look to sell off the car’s parts in an effort to make a profit. As long as the engine hasn’t suffered any damage, which it doesn’t appear to have, it could be sold for quite a lot of money as it hasn’t even been broken in yet. Additionally, much of the car’s cabin could probably be parted out without too much trouble.
No details are provided in the listing about the crash the Camaro was involved in. So, any brave soul out there willing to bring this practically new Camaro back to life?