ONLY 14,945 ORIGINAL MILES, 1 OF ONLY 789 PRODUCED, COLLECTOR QUALITY, NICE CAR
Lots of automakers send their outgoing models off with a bang. In Camaro's case, it was an awesome, bright red, 325 horsepower finale to its fourth-generation car. Any 2002 Camaro SS is a formidable weapon that can hold its own against many new cars, but the 35th Anniversary package added all of the visual cues and limited production numbers to make up a solid collector's package. This gorgeous SS, with fewer than 15,000 original miles, is a prime example of a car that can only go up in value as the years roll by.
Outside, you can see that this wasn't just a low mileage car, but a very well kept low-mileage car. There are no modifications to the exterior, but what's needed? You've got bright red paint, totally cool twisted flag stripes, a fresh air hood, a kicked-up spoiler and one of the meanest stances money could buy. A subtle nod to the late 70's Camaros can be seen in the blacked-out area in the hood scoop. As far as condition, you can see in the pictures just how glossy the original paint is and thanks to extensive use of glass fiber reenforced plastic (FRP) panels, the only real parts of the body you even could dent were the quarter panels! The black convertible top is in excellent condition, and it operates as it should. Lights and lenses are all clear and bright. One thing's for certain: You're not going to sneak around unnoticed in this car!
Inside, wear surfaces like the seats and door panels look just as you'd expect for a 14,000 mile car. The 35th Anniversary seats use standard black leather for the surrounds and Pewter leather for the inserts. Of course, you can't miss the embroidery work, nor the dash plaque telling you you're in something special. Full instrumentation is up front while a 500 watt Monsoon stereo with an in-dash CD player and steering wheel radio controls delights your ears for when you're cruising. Power everything from the windows to the mirrors to the driver's seat allows you to find your comfort zone. And again, check the odometer-this is an 11 year old car with 14,900 miles!
Its mechanical package is standard SS fare, but that's nothing to sneeze at. There's a thoroughly modern, all-aluminum LS1 under the hood. 325 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque doesn't sound like much compared to the new Camaro, but it's hauling around over 600 fewer pounds and there are many of these cars running high 12's right out of the box. New for 2001 were the Corvette LS6 intake manifold and cam, and those changes really woke up the motor. A healthy growl emanates from the low restriction dual exhausts while there's an audible rush of air into the cold air induction hood. Of course, the SS came with nearly every power feature from massive disc brakes at all four corners to power steering with a fluid cooler. Big 17x9 wheels are at all four corners, finished in 35th-specific machined faces and black trim, and wear original-spec Goodyear radials.
Built with a nod to history, the 2002 Camaro represented 35 straight years' worth of production for Chevy's pony car. One of only 789 automatic-equipped 35th anniversary convertibles made, this is a great car with massive upside potential in the future. Call today!
AM/FM Radio, Air Conditioning, CD Player, Cruise Control, Defrost, Driver Airbag, Four Wheel Disc Brakes, Fuel Injection, Heat, Leather Seats, Numbers Matching, Passenger Airbag, Power Brakes, Power Convertible Top, Power Seats, Power Steering, Power Windows, Rear Defogger, Seatbelts, Tilt Wheel
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- Engine Size
- 5.7 Liter V8
- Transmission Type
- Automatic (Floor)
- Body Color
- Body Style
- 14,945 (Actual)
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- Seating Type
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
- Center Console
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