There's no denying the fact that the fourth-gen F-body cars (Chevy Camaro and Pontiac Firebird) are destined to be future classics, and that's especially true for some of the limited-production models like this 2002 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 SS 35th Anniversary Special Edition. Currently offered for sale by Orlando Classic Cars, this special edition Camaro is a true survivor with just 11,000 miles on the odometer, and it can be yours for $25,000!
When this car rolled off the assembly line in March of 2002, the future of the Camaro looked grim as Chevrolet announced it would be ending production in August of that year. The 35th Anniversary Special Edition would be the swan song for the Camaro giving buyers peak performance, distinct style and limited production – all factors to help ensure these car would be cared for over the years. It would be another four years until the Camaro name returned as a concept vehicle in 2006, but buyers had to wait until 2009 for the production return of the 2010 Camaro.
According to the listing, only 1,971 35th Anniversary Special Edition coupes were made, and of those, just 934 had an automatic transmission as this car does. All of these limited-production cars were painted in Bright rally Red, and they had wheels and racing stripes that were exclusive to the 35th Anniversary Special Edition. These cars also had distinctive badging on the front fenders along with the 35th Anniversary logo displayed on a dash plaque and embroidered on the front seats and T-top storage bag. This particular car even comes with the original window sticker, and it is probably one of the cleanest and low-mileage 2002 Camaro that you'll find!
If you're looking for a perfect collector-quality fourth-gen Camaro, they don't get any nicer than this 2002 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 SS 35th Anniversary Special Edition.
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