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This 2002 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is quite a desirable total package. You have the sleek look of a well-respected modern classic. But reverence doesn't mean stowing it away. After all, with the fuel-injected V8 power, loaded interior, and T-top appeal we also know you are going to want to take this one and show it off everywhere.
This is quite a desirable year for Camaro fans. The 2002 car represents both the 35th anniversary and the final year of the fourth generation. So we always pay a little more attention when a nice example comes up for grabs. The odometer is believed to reflect the full actual mileage, and while that's already a low average, the overall impression looks like even less time out in the world. The correct Pewter Metallic paint appears to be the factory application, and it has the kind of gloss and shine that tells you it has seen good care. Excellent panel fit, clear headlights, wide exhaust tips, and bright polished wheels are all about the details that get this coupe noticed. The racing stripes are a terrific addition. Black goes well with pewter, and it also matches the grille and dark T-top roof. It's a comprehensive look that goes both over and under the rear spoiler. But if you want a purist kind of machine, these are decals that can be removed.
The dark charcoal leather interior has a harmonizing tone against the pewter exterior. It really retains the excellent style that announces to everyone it's a well-kept time capsule. You'll love the experience of this loaded Camaro that includes power windows, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, dual airbags, cruise control, a tilt wheel, a cup holder center console, and the premium Monsoon AM/FM/CD stereo. And cold-blowing air conditioning is a terrific way to stay cool even while the T-tops are out. It's a true driver's car with a power-adjustable driver's seat, a sports steering wheel with essential control built into it, a tilt steering column, and a full set of crisp gauges. So you can just imagine the experience of letting the wind rush through the interior as you watch the speedo and tach dance from your prod of the accelerator.
The engine bay really shows off this motor with the kind of fresh look that instantly reminds you of the proper care. You want these final years of the fourth-gen Z/28 because they shared the fuel-injected LS1 5.7-liter V8 with their contemporary Corvette. But while a 310 horsepower sports car is exciting, these Camaros were made to be versatile. The four-speed automatic transmission is there for great all-around driving with quick kick-downs into performance as well as easy overdrive comfort. Four-wheel power disc brakes, anti-lock brakes, power steering, and grippy BF Goodrich gForce tires are all part of the package that makes this modern classic a true performer.
Complete with owner's manual, this is an anniversary car from the final year of its generation, and it's loaded with all the best features. So when a well-priced deal comes along, you know you need to act fast. Call today!!!
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