Did you miss your opportunity at one of the best modern classic
Camaros ever? Here's your second chance. This 2002 Chevrolet Camaro
SS 35TH Anniversary SLP Edition is the ultimate car from its
generation. After all, it's the final year for the 4th gen; this is
the small-batch high-performance version; and it has an ultra
low-mileage and fresh presentation. So it's time to get your hands
on a 345 horsepower drop-top with the kind of documentation that
keeps it a true collectible.
The odometer really tells the story on this one. It says that this
car has had a commitment to preservation since day one. We would
have put more miles on this car if we had just gone from our
showroom to the Daytona 500, and then tucked it under a car cover
and never touched it until the next year's race. The nearly
impossible low mileage is why the factory Bright Red still has a
showroom level of shine. While that can attract attention from
across a show field, when people are drawn in closer, they get to
see the exclusive graphics package that turns the iconic dual sport
stripes into checked flags. It not only highlights sporty elements
like the functional hood scoop and special SS rear spoiler, but it
also just seems like a fitting tribute to a car that's both a 35th
Anniversary Edition and the last year for these 4th gen speed
machines. Plus, these have more great sporty details of
distinction, like the larger 17-inch alloys, special SS badging,
and SLP's center-exit dual exhaust.
The black roof looks great against the red and silver exterior, and
it only gets better when you take it down. Because you not only
still get the look of the black, but now there are tasteful gray
inserts in the leather seats to give this car added distinction.
What really makes this stand out is the special 35th Anniversary SS
packaging that includes embroidered headrests and a dash plaque.
There's also special floor mats, and they are preserved in the
trunk in their original packaging. There's still even the original
air bag tag! So with this level of compressive and thoughtful
preservation, you can really understand how the whole interior will
remind you of a brand new car. But more than just a time capsule,
this is a range-topping Camaro loaded with all the best features.
It includes a power driver's seat, power locks, keyless
entry/alarm, dual airbags, cruise control, cup holder center
console, tilt wheel, power steering, and a 500-watt Monsoon
AM/FM/CD stereo. Plus, with power windows and a power convertible
top, you never have to leave the driver's seat to go from enclosed
luxury to a wind-in-your-hair experience. And with cold-blowing air
conditioning, you get to enjoy it even on the hottest days of
The SS was the top-dog Camaro that came from Chevrolet at the time.
The LS1 under the hood was shared with the Corvette. In fact, while
Chevrolet specifically de-tuned the motor to keep the Corvette the
pinnacle of power, the masters at SLP were a little more
liberating. Part of their packaging included upgrading the exhaust,
and many believe the advertised 345 horsepower was slightly
understated to make sure the Corvette did not cry foul. Plus, not
all of these modern classics have the six-speed manual transmission
and Hurst short-throw shifter that put the power firmly under your
control. And speaking of control, SLP installed an Auburn
high-torque performance differential. There's also four-wheel disc
brakes w/ABS, sway bars front & rear, and SLP's suspension upgrade
featuring Bilstein shocks. So we know you're going to find it hard
to resist adding to this ultra-low odometer.
A true collectible like this needs all the right paperwork. That's
why the sale includes the original window sticker (both Chevrolet
and SLP), dealer invoice, bill of sale, owner's manual packet,
service manuals, and maintenance records. You know how significant
this car is, and you also know you may never find one this well
preserved ever again. Call today!!!