2002 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 SS
Chassis no. 2G1FP22G222157955
The Camaro nameplate is among the most recognizable of American muscle cars. Initially described as a small, vicious animal that eats Mustangs, Camaros lived up to the hype, enjoying great success on both road and track, winning numerous Trans-Am and sports car races as well as an untold number of stoplight grands prix.
Z28 and SS performance packages were designed for buyers more interested in performance than just good looks; these designations proved popular after the release of the 4th generation Camaro in 1993. V8-equipped models initially used GM's LT1 V-8, and in 1997 the legendary aluminium-block LS1 V8 found its way under the hood.
2002 marked the final model year for the 4th generation Camaros, and this example is one of those last cars in highly desirable Z28 SS specification. Having covered merely 4,000 miles from new according to the vendor, this highly desirable 6-speed manual, silver and black Z28 SS is presented with all its books, records, and the original window sticker. As a future collectible or simply a reliable, extremely quick daily driver, this Camaro will surely put a smile on your face especially when you put pedal to metal and row through those six glorious gears.