2002 CHEVROLET CAMARO RS
35TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION
RED EXTERIOR W/STRIPES
GRAY CLOTH INTERIOR
OLD FORGE Motorcars presents this red 2002 Chevrolet Camaro RS. Our Camaro is a very nice running and driving car. Removing the T-Tops makes for some great summertime fun driving. The V-6 engine is strong and yet efficient on gas mileage.
With 81,000 miles there is plenty of fun left in this Camaro. All this Camaro needs is a new home.
OLD FORGE Advantage: Ask about our 120 point safety inspection. Our inspection has revealed no mechanical concerns.
OLD FORGE Motorcars
1101 N. Broad St.
Lansdale Pa 19446
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