2002 Chevrolet Camaro Z28
History is full of rivalries between two strong competitors like
Coke vs. Pepsi, AT&T vs. MCI, Nike vs. Reebok, and Bill Gates
vs. Steve Jobs. In almost every case, the competition and the drive
to outdo a rival resulted in the production of superior products by
both companies and benefited the consumer with high quality and
lower prices. The rivalry between the Chevrolet Camaro and the Ford
Mustang has run for more than a half a century with similar
results. Both vehicles, rear-wheel-drive, 2 plus 2 American sports
coupes began their battle for customers starting in the 1960s, and
each has had its ups and downs. Except for a Camaro hiatus from
2003 to 2010, each year has brought a new model with features
designed to surpass the competition. The seemingly inexhaustible
attraction of inexpensive V8 horsepower, sports car road handling,
and stylish good looks has permitted the classic American pony car
civil war to continue well into the 21st century.
A millennial if you will, 1 owner, 54K miles, original drivetrain,
T topped, aero design and ready to take on a Mustang. Early signs
point to looking great and turn the key and go!
All bathed in Monterey Maroon Metallic, she's in good shape with
the paint. A few scratches throughout, but mere battle scars in the
whole scope of this car. Inset headlights are a bit fogged, but
they have remedies for this. "T" tops are removable panels and are
fashioned from smoked glass. Gaps are looking good, and steel and
neoprene meld together nicely. All swept back for the front grille
and windshield framed in black with a rear greenhouse glass that
runs rearward and eventually is topped by a spoiler that integrates
nicely into the rear quarter. Black badging is all there, and 16
inch 10 spoked wheels are wrapped by BF Goodrich rubber.
An aerial view from the removed T tops and we see plenty of
comfortable broadcloth with light gray and dark gray rag roll
printed inserts and smooth gray velour bolsters. This holds true
for the front buckets, and rear 2 plus 2 seating which is all
looking good, no smudges, stains or tears. The door panels utilize
this same "rag roll" light and dark pattern which mixes with molded
plastic and some carpeted inserts all are shades of gray. Power
windows, locks and a mirror toggle are on the door as well. The
original clean arched black dash houses the gauges which are
sporting white numbers and letters, red pointers and a red LED
odometer readout. In the center of the dash is an AM/FM/CD radio
with another LED digital readout this time in blue. Climate
controls, and a 35th anniversary badge are also mounted here. A
clean curvy molded plastic center console runs between the seats,
and on the floor is nice clean gray carpet. In back under the
hatchback is a large storage area covered in near perfect gray
felt, and there's room for the removed smoked glass of the tops if
you desire to put them here.
Under the hood is a nicely detailed no corrosion, 5.7-liter LS1 V8.
It has electronic fuel injection, and a 4-speed automatic, and in
back with a 10-bolt 2.73 posi rear axle.
Underneath we see some surface rust in exhaust and suspension parts
and some of it starting on the fronts of the floorpans. The car is
definitely structurally sound with no drips coming from the LS1.
Independent coil springs are upfront and on back is a torque arm.
Power disc brakes for each of the 4 corners, and it appears to be
the original exhaust based on the surface rust.
This millennial behaved nicely on the test track, firing right up,
and proved no match for the track. Good acceleration, bias free
braking on the panic stopping test, and it handled well. All
functions were on point, and the removable T top provided plenty of
Our 1 owner treasured this car, using it as his driver when he
wanted to impress someone, and now off to the Mall where it can go
to the capable hands of another person who appreciates the bowtie
and LS1 setup from 2002. Turn the key and go and have a Mustang for
2-2 Door Coupe
2-Manual Belts, Front & Side Airbags
2-Ste Therese, Canada Assy Plant
159872-Sequential Unit Number
Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special
interest automobile showroom, featuring over 600 vehicles for sale
with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle
barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown,
Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia
on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is
www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914.
Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the
vehicle in person.