For sale in our Nashville showroom is a 2002 Chevrolet Camaro Z-28 Convertible. This '02 Camaro Z-28 convertible for sale is coated in a beautiful red color that I like to call arrest me red. Perfectly contrasting this mile deep red coating are twin rally stripes of grey trimmed in black making this car looks as if it is traveling at 100 mph while it is sitting still. The interior is Black leather with grey inserts that add to the visual appeal. The body lines of the 2002 Camaro convertible for sale are undeniably smooth and in my opinion beautiful, but what makes this car super special is the odometer. Just under 11,000 miles have past beneath this car meaning it is almost broken in. With an LS1 350 Cubic inch small block under the hood and a T56 6 speed manual transmission backing it, this package is more fun than should be allowed by law! Now here is something I can't brag about with most muscle/sports cars, fuel mileage. The 2002 Camaro with the 5.7 LS1 and T56 6 speed manual transmission was rated at 17 city and 26 highway! I have a similar car and could swear the fuel mileage is even better than this. This 35th anniversary Camaro for sale has everything going for it, classic lines, tons of power, 6 speed manual transmission, soft top great fuel economy and incredible low miles! Options for this 35th anniversary convertible Camaro include: Air conditioning, AM/FM compact disc player, Power convertible top, Power brakes, steering, locks and windows. Anti-lock brakes, traction control, keyless entry, airbags, anti-theft system and rally rims. For more information call us in Nashville at 615-213-1800, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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