I was told by a good friend that this would be a great place to ry to sell my car. I am new to this forum so please, if this is not permitted let me know and I will withdraw for your site.
I have a 2002 Chevy Camaro w/low miles 35th Anniversary Special Edition for sale. It has a Performance Racing Package (LPS Components) 5.7 Liter SFI V8 engine, 4-Speed Automatic Transmission, Performance Tires w/Custom Chrome Rims,Dual Chrome Exhaust, A/C, Monsoon Premium Stereo w/single cd player, Rear Window Defogger, Warranty w/$200 Deductible Maintenance records available, Runs & drives great, Very clean interior, Well maintained. price includes Warranty w/$200 deductible. This is the last year Chevy made the Camaro. This car has the potential to become a classic. **Will except a price of $15,000 without the warranty.
He didn't say anything in his post about it having the 1LE option. He said it was a 35th Anniversary Special Edition. I was just trying to verify that it was a true 35th Anniversary Edition. Some people think that just because they have a 2002 Camaro it is a 35th Anniversary when it is not.
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2002 Phase II G.M.M.G. ZL-1 Camaro Supercar #17 Hardtop (475 H.P. LS6/M6/4.10 gears)
2002 Phase IX G.M.M.G. Tom Henry Racing Camaro SS #21 T-Tops (425 H.P. LS1/M6/3.73 gears)
2001 Phase I G.M.M.G. Dale Earnhardt Intimidator SS #68 T-Tops (381 H.P. LS1/M6/3.73 gears)
1997 30th Anniversary S.L.P. Camaro SS Convertible - SS build # 2091/30th Anniversary build # 0742 (310 H.P. LT1/A4/3.23 gears)
ok so if you dont have all the emnroidery but they all came with 35th anniverary plaques
A true 35th Anniversary Camaro LE only came in red with the checkered stripes on it.
My ZL1 originally came with the 35th plaque but that certainly doesn't make it a 35th Anniversary LE Camaro.
I certainly don't represent my car as something that it is not because of a plastic plaque that originally came in it before it was modified by GMMG. I would have to dig out the plaque and look at it to see exactly what it says as I really don't remember anymore.
Again, I would refer you to the 35th LE forum board. The Camaro mentioned above may have been manufactured in the 35th model year for Camaros but it certainly may not be a 35th L.E. (limited edition) Camaro.