Enter to Win a Camaro and Support Trinity Lutheran Church and School
Trinity is raffling a 1993 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 with a 5.7L LT1 V8 engine. This Camaro has only 36,600 original miles. Last day to purchase tickets is November 13th. Don’t miss out. All it takes is one ticket to win. Tickets $20 each or 6 for $100. Drawing will be held Sunday, November 19th 9:45AM. Purchase tickets at Trinity.
Chevrolet Camaro Z28 and GM LT1 V8 Engine specifications:
The fourth-generation Chevrolet Camaro is an automobile which was produced by Chevrolet for the 1993 through 2002 model years; although the last 30 models were unofficially sold in 2003. It was introduced on an updated F-body platform. It would retain the same characteristic since the first-generation's introduction back in 1967; 2-doors, 2+2 seating, available as a coupe (with optional T-top roof) or convertible, rear-wheel drive, and a choice of pushrod V6 and V8 powerplants. The 1998 model year was refreshed and revised with both exterior and engine changes. The fourth-gen Camaro would last up through the 2002 model year when General Motors discontinued production due to slow sales, a deteriorated sports coupe market, and plant overcapacity.
Introduced in January 1993, as a 1993 model, production was moved from GM's Van Nuys, California assembly plant to Sainte-Thérèse, Quebec, Canada from November 1992. The new design incorporated sheet moulding compound(SMC) made from chopped fiberglass and polyester resin for the roof, hatch, doors, and spoiler. Both the front and rear suspension design was improved. Base Camaros were powered by a 160 hp (119 kW) 3.4 L pushrod V6 with a 5 speed manual transmission standard. The 4 speed 4L60 automatic was optional. The Z28 versions featured the 5.7L LT1 V8 engine, also pushrod, with 275 hp (205 kW) and 325 lb·ft (441 N·m) torque that had been introduced in the Corvette one year earlier. The 4L60 was standard with the Borg-Warner six-speed manual transmission as a no cost option. In 1993, the Camaro Z28 was selected as the official pace car for the Indianapolis 500. A "pace car edition" as a $995 option found 633 buyers and featured "Indy 500" identification on black and white body color scheme with multicolored pinstriping and white painted roadwheels.
In 1992, GM created a new-generation small-block engine called the "LT1 350", not to be confused with the high-output Generation I LT-1 of the 1970s. It displaced 5.7 L (350 cu in), and was a 2-valve pushrod design. The LT1 used a reverse-flow cooling system which cooled the cylinder heads first, maintaining lower combustion chamber temperatures and allowing the engine to run at a higher compression than its immediate predecessors.
Last day to purchase tickets is November 13th. Don’t miss out. All it takes is one ticket to win. You do not need to be present to win. Tickets $20 each or 6 for $100. Drawing will be held Sunday, November 19th 9:45AM. Purchase tickets at Trinity.