800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Would you ever really be deciding between an economy sedan of a collector car with a street-eating V8? Of course not! But right now you can pick up a low mileage 2002 35th Anniversary Chevrolet Camaro Z28 SS with the SLP upgrades, a wind-in-your-hair convertible body, and an ultra-desirable six-speed manual. And it's all at the kind of value price that's usually reserved for daily commuters.
Averaging only about 1,200 miles annually instantly tells you this car has been treated with respect all its life. So the factory red paint still knows how to instantly attract attention. If that wasn't already distinctive enough, this has a terrific graphics package that turns the iconic dual sport stripes into checked flags. It not only highlights sporty elements like the functional hood scoop and special SS rear spoiler, but it also just seems like a fitting tribute to a car that's both a 35th Anniversary Edition and the last year for these 4th gen speed machines.
The black roof looks good against the red and silver exterior, but for true distinction, you really want to take it down. Because you not only still get the look of the black, but now there are tasteful gray inserts in the leather seats to give this car added distinction. What really makes this stand out is the special 35th Anniversary SS packaging that includes embroidered headrests, special carpeting, and a dash plaque. While this is a pristinely-kept collectable, it also has been built for you to really enjoy adding miles to the odometer. That means a long list of desirable features, like a power driver's seat, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, dual airbags, cruise control, tilt wheel, and a 500-watt Monsoon AM/FM/CD stereo. Plus, with power windows and a power convertible top, you never have to leave the driver's seat to go from enclose luxury to a wind-in-your-hair experience. And with cold-blowing air conditioning, you get to enjoy it even in the hottest days of summer.
The SS was the top-dog Camaro that came from Chevrolet at the time. The LS1 under the hood is believed to be original to this low-mileage car, and it was shared with the Corvette. Plus, not all of these modern classics have the six-speed manual transmission that put the power firmly in your control. And speaking of control, four-wheel disc brakes w/ABS, power steering, sway bars front & rear, and grippy Nitto Extreme ZR tires on polished 17-inch alloys deliver a terrific sports car package.
This is a high-horsepower anniversary car comes with all the right paperwork, including the original window sticker, owner's manual packet, brochures, dealer invoice, original warranty card, and factory buildsheet. Fourth-gen Camaros don't get much more desirable than this, and it will never be more affordable. Call now!
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