2002 Chevy Camaro SS (35th Anniversary) – The 4th generation of the Camaro was produced by Chevrolet for the 1993 through 2002 model years; although the last 30 models were unofficially sold in 2003. It was introduced on an updated F-body platform, but would retain the same characteristic since the first-generation’s introduction back in 1967; 2-doors, 2+2 seating, coupe (with optional T-top roof) or convertible bodystyles, rear-wheel drive, and a choice of pushrod V6 and V8 powerplants. The Camaro was refreshed and revised in 1998 with both exterior and engine changes. The fourth-generation of the Camaro would continue production up to the 2002 model year when General Motors discontinued production due to slow sales, a deteriorated sports coupé market, and plant overcapacity. The final fourth-generation Camaro was built on 27 August 2002 after which the Boisbriand plant, located in the province of Quebec just outside of Montreal then closed down. Total production for 2002 was 42,098 units. GM’s Performance Division unveiled a Z28 show vehicle at the 2002 Woodward Dream Cruise as a send off for the Camaro’s 35-year heritage. It emulated the 1960s and 1970s Penske-Sunoco stock TransAm race team vehicles. The 35th Anniversary trim package was also available for the SS.
Very often we hear stories from customers about the “one that got away”. The rare optioned, low production, or low mile classic that they owned but sold years ago at a mear fraction of today’s values. We feel that the opportunity to grab up limited edition late model vehicles is what fuels current collectors purchase decisions. The opportunity presented today is to own this immaculate 35th Anniversary Camaro SS Coupe. This example is different from any other you will find because it features a 383 Iron Block and T56 6 Speed with less than 25k miles on the drivetrain. It also features additional performance upgrades and has a mean sounding custom exhaust! Cosmetically this Camaro SS is extremely clean both inside and out. A complete list of options and features includes; 383 Iron Block, T56 6 Spd, Holley Sniper Intake, BTR Camshaft, Hooker Headers, Borla Exhaust, Tubular Panhard Bar, Tubular Rear Control Arms, A/C, Front Airbags, ABS Brakes, Center Console Storage, Cruise Control, Cloth Floormats, Fog Lights, Glass T-Tops, Power Windows/Lock/Mirrors, Rear Spoiler, Rear Window Defrost, JVC AM/FM/CD, Audiopipe Amps, American Bass Subs, Steering Stereo Controls, Tilt Steering, Tinted Glass, Traction Control System, Chrome Z06 Wheels, and Thick Sumitomo Tires!
The 3 major valuation guides currently price this vehicle between $25,825 and $32,400. We have priced this Camaro based on our purchase price and will share the savings with the fortunate new owner at only $19,900. If you are in the market for a unique American “future classic” that can be both shown or driven daily, this is about as good as you can get for under $20k!