The fourth-generation Camaro, produced on GM's F-body platform,
added rounded aerodynamic design and a host of performance options
to Chevy's signature sport-coupe. In 1994, Chevrolet put a focus on
enhancing computer-controlled technologies in the car, linking the
computer controlling engine and transmission performance and
beginning the use of a mass air flow sensor system. The
fourth-generation Camaro would be discontinued in 2002, culminating
with the 35th Anniversary Edition. Many thought this meant the end
of the Camaro until it was re-introduced in 2010.
This 35th Anniversary 2002 Camaro SS bears VIN#00005 and has just
over 3,000 miles on the odometer. It is like time stood still the
day this car was delivered new. All around the exterior, the bright
rally red paint gleams and is set off against the silver dual
heritage racing stripes. The black power convertible top is in
pristine condition and goes up and down at like-new speed. The
factory 35th Anniversary wheels are pristine and the car is riding
on Goodyear Eagle F1 tires. On the interior, the two-tone black and
gray leather interior is makes you wonder is anyone ever sat in it.
The car comes equipped with power windows and door locks, factory
Monsoon CD-stereo and Air Conditioning. This ultra-low VIN number
and ultra-low mileage 35th Anniversary is already a collector's
item that is ready to appreciate handsomely under new
2002 Chevrolet Camaro
Location:Vero Beach, Florida
Exterior Color:Bright Red
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