Those who are in the know understand what the Berger name means when applied to a 2001 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 SS. It makes for both an ultra-rare and extra speedy 380 horsepower Chevy. Thats why these get treated with extra care and respect. So while this one can be a six-speed barn-burner, its also an extra-sleek and highly documented instant collectible that has averaged less than 830 miles per year. Berger Chevrolet has been in the custom car business for decades. It did COPO cars in the same way Yenko did, but in this case, you can still visit the Michigan showroom today. So they are able to add to their legend with a few special cars. For example, they did an exclusive run of fourth-generation performance Camaros. And by exclusive, that means a run limited to 100 cars and taking three years to have them properly built by GMMG. And if you dont know the GMMG name, some quick internet research will show you how they did in the 2000s what your favorite muscle car speed shops did in the 1960s. Are you starting to get the full picture? This is a real-deal Z/28 SS that was then professionally upgraded by one of the best Chevy customizers of the era that was commissioned by the best in bow tie performance royalty. Oh yes, these are collectors cars. This is why this has been treated with the proper respect. Low mileage means the panels still show an excellent fit of the Camaros sleek style. There was even a full respray of the Rally Red in 2012, and so this looks bright and attractive without making it into a trailer queen. And the respray also cleared in the correct Berger custom black sports stripes that frame the functional hood scoop and then run all the way back to the blackout rear panel. Plus, this one has upgraded polished double five-spoke alloys, wide dual exhaust tips, and the right Berger badging to make it unique. So it all makes sure the appearance conveys how significant and distinctive this car is without you ever saying a word. For the same reason we like the look of the black stripes against the red paint, we also love the dark ebony interior. So youll happily take the T-tops out and share this with the world. This is a loaded coup, and it starts with leather seats - yours even power adjusts to the ideal driving position. Plus, theres cold-blowing air conditioning, power windows, power locks, dual airbags, cruise control, power steering, tilt column, keyless entry, a cup holder center console, and the optional 500-watt Monsoon AM/FM/CD stereo. Of course, what really makes the interior awesome are all the touches of speedy style. Theres a special Berger SS dash plaque, and the Prescribed Power by Berger motto is on the special white-faced gauges. And your right hand will love the Hurst shifter. This is a real-deal Z/28 and Super Sport, and so it was born a 325 horsepower machine. But because Berger prescribes power, the 5.7-liter LS1 fuel-injected V8 was specially modified by GMMG. Items like a high-flow airbox and the sought-after GMMG chambered exhaust gets the power to an advertised 380 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque. And you take full control over it all thanks to the six-speed manual transmission. They also upgraded the suspension, including new springs and better rotors for the four-wheel power disc brakes package. It all makes for a Camaro that has a meaner growl and the powerful moves to back it all up. This is number 35 of the 100 ever made. So when its a true collectible, its great the sale comes with proper paperwork. This includes the title documentation, owners manual, maintenance records, and the window sticker for both the Camaro and the special Berger package upgrades. So if you want one of the most awesome and collectible 4th gens around, you know you cant let this rare Berger slip away. Call today!!!