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Would you ever really be deciding between a collector car with a street-eating V8, and an economy hatchback? 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 slick black presentation, an ultra-desirable six-speed manual - and it's all at the kind of value price that's usually reserved for daily commuters.
Still about as shiny as the day it was new, this coupe has been treated with respect all its life. So it really knows how to look like a midnight stalker with its pointed front end, large hood scoop w/ removable red decal to contrast the glossy black paint, sleek silhouette, and well-intergraded rear spoiler. This dark presentation really makes the details stand out like the red SS badging (including the special SLP grille) and the super-shiny 10-spoke SS wheels from SLP. We all know exactly why a car like this was so well respected. More than just a great look, this year was both the 35th anniversary for the icon and the final year for the fourth-gen Camaro. So this coupe represents a sleek black set of bookends.
The exterior black returns as a trim on the interior, and now it's joined by a tasteful tan to give this a very fast-with-class total presentation. The distinction continues with a special 35th Anniversary badge on the dash. This is loaded with leather seats, and yours even power adjusts to the ideal driving position. Plus, there's power windows, power locks, dual airbags, cruise control, tilt wheel, keyless entry, and the optional 500-watt Monsoon AM/FM/CD stereo with upgraded aux input. This is exactly what you want to hear your music crisply and cleanly even when the T-tops are out. Because this has cold factory air conditioning, you can stay open to the world even in the summer.
The SS was the top dog Camaro that came from Chevrolet at the time. The numbers-matching LS1 under the hood was shared with the Corvette, and it was originally rated at 325 horsepower. But as you can see from the included windows sticker, the masters at SLP (in conjunction with Chevy) added a performance exhaust package. And so this special SS is now firmly in the Corvette's territory with 345 horsepower. In fact, this quite a handler, too, thanks to upgrades like the SLP springs, Bilstein shocks, and thick sway bars front & rear. While this coupe's engine bay looks immaculate thanks to averaging less than 1200 miles annually, we know you won't be able to resist adding some miles to the clock. After all, the control provided by the six-speed manual w/Hurst short-throw shifter means the sound and fury of this desirable V8 is always in your hands. Because this high-horsepower car is also a modern classic, it means the convenience of a four-wheel disc brakes, power steering, anti-lock brakes, and sticky Goodyear Eagle F1 tires.
This is a high-horsepower anniversary car comes with all the right paperwork like the full original window sticker (Chevy & SLP), owner's manual, and brochures. Fourth-gen Camaros don't get much more desirable than this, and it will never be more affordable. Call now!
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