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For sale is a 2012 Hennessey HPE 650 Camaro. I ordered the Camaro 2SS brand new from a local Chevrolet dealership
in the summer of 2011 and had the car shipped directly from the Chevrolet factory to Hennessey Performance in
Texas. After all modifications were complete at Hennessey I then took custody of the vehicle in December of 2011.
While at Hennessey I had the base HPE 650 package installed on the car (a detailed parts list for this package can
be found on the HPE website.) Additionally, I opted to have a more aggressive tune done on the car which voided
Hennessey's standard 3 year warranty but I wasn't overly concerned about that and the car has run beautifully
anyway. When dynoed in December of 2011 at Hennessey the car made 578 RWHP. Additional modifications done at
Hennessey include: Camaro Carbon Fiber Driveshaft, Driveshaft Shop High Performance Axles, Camaro Chasis Max Brace
by Hotchkis, Hotchkis Camaro Adjustable Sway Bars, Hotchkis Camaro Strut Brace and KW Coilover Suspension Variant 3
which lowered the car approximately 1" and gave it a much more aggressive stance.
Shortly after I received the car back from Hennessey I took it to No Limit Incorporated of Baltimore, MD for wheels
and tires. While the car was still being made I custom ordered four Savini Mono wheels with matte black paint,
20x11 in the rear and 20x10 up front. The wheels are wrapped with Pirelli P Zero tires, 305/35/20 rear and
275/40/20 front. After I had owned the car for about a year I noticed that the paint on the factory body kit was
starting to fade slightly and in my opinion it ruined the lines of the car. After Chevrolet told me that they
wouldn't fix the problem I took the car to D&V Auto Body of Dulles, VA to have the body kit paint re-matched to the
car. The new paint job came out flawless and has not shown any signs of fading due to the high quality paint used.
While the car was at D&V I had Seibon Carbon Fiber front splitter, side skirts and rear diffuser installed. I also
had a custom black vinyl racing stripe put on and had all exterior badges removed from the car. At this point the
car still had the original axle back mufflers and it really restricted the unique growl that this engine is capable
of producing. I took the car to Atlantic Autosports of Virginia Beach, VA and had a Magnaflow axle back muffler
delete bolted on to the cat back exhaust that Henessey had already installed. The exhaust note of this vehicle is
extremely loud. Other minor upgrades include an MGW short throw shifter, 35% window tint and a Speedhut SST Max
Shift Light. I also have an unused Burton short throw with white 8ball grip that I will throw in as well.
Since the day I took the car home it has been garaged and has never spent more than a few hours in direct sunlight.
I completed a disciplined break in period and the car has always been thoroughly warmed up before being driven. I
have never drag raced or taken the car out to a track day. I have routinely changed the oil with Mobile One full
synthetic every three months regardless of whether the car has been driven or not. The interior of the car is
completely free of any cosmetic defects and looks and smells new. The exterior of the car has one small blemish on
the passenger side rear view mirror that I have been unable to buff out on my own. It can likely be repaired at an
auto body shop for a couple hundred dollars, I just haven't had the time to do it. I have all of the work orders
for modifications done on the car along with the original dyno chart and some service records, all can be produced
upon request for verification purposes. All said and done the car has nearly 50K invested on top of the price for a
brand new Camaro 2SS (42K). I am selling to free up some funds for another project