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 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
335 horsepower T-top collectible.
The odometer really tells the story on this one. It's a two-owner
car that has averaged under 500 miles annually. That shows a
commitment to preservation since day one. After all, we would have
put more miles on this car if we had just gone from our showroom to
Miami for spring break, and then tucked it under a car cover and
never touched it until the spring.
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 interior has a special 35th Anniversary SS packaging that
includes embroidered headrests and a dash plaque. There are also
special floor mats, and they look like they spent more time
preserved in the trunk than ever on the floor. 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 windows, power locks, keyless entry/alarm,
dual airbags, cruise control, cup holder center console, tilt
wheel, power mirrors, and a 500-watt Monsoon AM/FM/CD stereo. The
T-tops practically define this generation Camaro, and the air
conditioning is blowing nice and cold. So we know you're just
picturing putting more miles on the odometer as you open this one
up and hit the road.
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 335 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
that puts the power firmly under your control. And speaking of
control, there's also four-wheel disc brakes w/ABS, power steering,
and sway bars front & rear.
Complete with a car cover, you know how significant this car is,
and you also know you may never find one this well preserved ever
again. Call today!!!