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This 2002 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Convertible is a full wish list in one car. After all, it\'s a low mileage drop-top that has a sporty style, loaded interior, overdrive transmission, and plenty of fuel-injected V8 power.
This is a great year to collect a Camaro. It was the final year for the 4th gen, and it was the 35th anniversary. So it\'s great to find one as well-preserved as this example. The Bright Red paint shows all the right signs of being the factory application, and averaging under 2,100 miles annually helps prove that this one has been treated with care. Lower mileage and better respect mean clean lines for shapely presented details on the body. And while these Z/28s already had the look an aggressive sports car needs, this one turns it up with details that don\'t stray from stock. This includes the SS-style hood scoop, optional polished alloys, and full body kit - including a three-piece rear spoiler.
The black top looks attractive against the red paint, and when you take down the top, you get the same kind of attractive darkness from the black interior. The supple leather gives this a nice style, and you can see there has been plenty of care to keep this looking good. In fact, the odometer reflects relatively low mileage for the car\'s age, and the overall condition reaffirms this feeling of less use than its contemporaries. This has all the best amenities, like a power driver\'s seat, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, power driver\'s seat, cup holder center console, tilt wheel, provisions for air conditioning (needs servicing,) and a powerful AM/FM/cassette stereo with CD changer. Owning a modern classic also means modern safety, including dual airbags and anti-lock brakes. But the factory features you are likely going to like the best are the power windows and power convertible top. They work together so that you can open this Camaro up to the world without ever leaving the driver\'s seat.
These final 4th-gen Z-cars are sought-after because you were now upgraded to the 5.7-liter LS1 V8. That\'s what makes this such an instant classic. With 310 horsepower right out of the box, this is a fuel-injected speed machine. But the full driving experience reminds you this one was built to offer the right balance of performance and comfort. It starts with the four-speed automatic transmission. This is quick with a kick-down to release the power, and it\'s also happy to cruise on the highway in overdrive. Plus, cruise control and power steering make the long haul easy. And the four-wheel disc brakes and sway bars front & rear are great to open up the backroads.
Complete with the owner\'s manual, this is the right mix of a comfortable cruiser and a bright stunner. So if you\'re looking for a true classic that delivers true performance - all without breaking the bank - call today!
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