LOW MILES, LS1, AUTO, LOADED, NEAR PERFECT, HIGHLY DOCUMENTED,
Would you ever really be deciding between a collector car with a
street-eating V8, and an economy hatchback? Of course not! But
right now, you can pick up a near pristine 2002 35th Anniversary
Chevrolet Camaro Z28/SS at an incredibly value price and
essentially get both.
There's no mistaking the fourth-generation Camaro SS with its
massive hood scoop, force feeding the LS1 underneath. It is
finished in stunning Rally Red, which was by far the most popular
color in 2002. Although, that's a relative term, since only 1443
automatic SS coupes were built in this generation's final year.
Still about as shiny as the day it was new, this F-body has been
expertly maintained, making sure it continues to be a valuated
collector's item. Correct SS badges on the front fenders and rear
bumper help identify what was ultimately a very sophisticated
package. There's also a large integrated wing out back, and the
blacked-out canopy gives it a purposeful look. Even if you do
decide to keep this pristine Camaro for an investment, the T-top
will probably lure you out for plenty of starry night cruises.
Open the door to a terrific black interior. This completes the
ultra-desirable all-black presentation. So, if you're a collector,
you'll love that this Camaro was born this way. Plus, the T-tops
let you show off this exceptionally fresh interior to the world.
But more than just long-term value, this was built to be a great
driver. The leather buckets in front are grippy in the corners and
the driver's one electronically adjusts to be comfortable for
all-day drives. Another reason why this one feel great is because
it's loaded. That means keyless entry, power windows power locks,
cruise control, tilt wheel, and dual airbags. Plus, with ice-cold
air conditioning, you can ride around with the T-Tops out and the
music turns up long through the summer season.
Chevy's LS1 engine became famous overnight, and anyone who worried
about the passing of the small block torch need not have been
concerned. Its aluminum construction shaved precious pounds from
the nose of the car, while it cranked out more power than any small
block in history. When you pop the hood, you'll almost feel like
singing the soundtrack from 8-Mile because this Detroit muscle
machine feels like it's still fresh from 2002. Everything important
seems to be OEM, from the massive air filter up front to the
special dual-wall exhaust manifolds. This is a modern classic,
which means the convenience of a four-speed automatic, four-wheel
disc brakes, traction control, ABS, and tacky 275/40/17 Firestone
Firehawks on the special SS alloy wheels.
This is a high-horsepower anniversary car from the final year of
its generation (Camaros were not made again until 8 years later).
They can't get much more classic than this, and it will never be
more affordable than now. Call today!
1750 Enterprise Way Suite 109 Marietta GA 30067
Hours of Operation:
Monday- Friday - 9-5pm
Saturday - 9-3pm (Appointment Only After 3pm)
Sunday - Closed