Modified Camaro SS Limited Edition for Sale is Ready for Boost
Camaro is ready to be driven as-is, but it features upgrades that prepare it for forced induction.
While flipping through the cars listed for sale in the LS1Tech Marketplace, we came across this clean 2002 Chevrolet Camaro SS 35th Anniversary Limited Edition. Like all of the 35th Anniversary cars, it is painted bright red with unique silver striping along with package-specific wheels and T-tops, but this is not a stock 4th gen car.
Seller “02z28marom6” previously had a ProCharger supercharger fitted-up to the LS1 engine and with that big blower came a few other supporting modifications. The supercharger has been removed and sold, but the other upgraded items remain. As a result, this Camaro SS is ready to be driven as it sits, but the buyer could install another supercharger if they want more than near-stock LS1 power.
When the OP first listed his 2002 Camaro for sale, he talked a bit about the car and why he was selling it.
Selling my 35th Limited Edition SS Camaro. Super clean inside and out. Recently had a fresh battery installed, fresh coolant and thermostat replacement, AC professionally charged at firestone, differential fluid change with moser diff cover, new serpentine belts, powermaster 150 amp alternator to keep up with the aftermarket stereo. Has a JL audio 10″ sub in the back. This car is ready to go. Serious inquiries only. Only reason I have decided to sell is because I’ve decided to buy a ZL1 or Z06.
Engine is untouched.
That was back in September and in November, he sold the ProCharger and lowered the price to reflect the lack of that key component. He updated the sales post as well, but the other modifications remained the same.
Based on what is listed in the sales post, the current upgraded items on this limited edition 2002 Camaro SS are as follows, not including the upgraded electronics mentioned above.
Speed Engineering 17/8 headers and ORY
Fuel: Walbro 255 fuel pump
Eibach lowering springs
I also have gauge pod mounted with boost, fuel pressure and wide band connected.
If he is running headers and an off-road pipe, it seems likely that the car might be tuned, but there is no mention of a device coming with the purchase. The Camaro had to have been tuned when it was supercharged, so there is a chance that this car is making more than stock power, but in any case, it is ready to be re-fitted with forced induction.
A Unique Package
In hunting around online, we found that there were 1,971 examples of the 35th Anniversary coupe built for 2002 and of those, only 934 had the automatic transmission. In other words, this car is fairly rare, very clean and ready to make big power, so the odds are good that whoever buys it will love it whether or not they re-install a supercharger. When the blower was removed in November, the price dropped to $18,000 and today, it is listed for just $16,000, which for a rare, lightly-modified LS1 car seems like a pretty fair price.
If nothing else, for anyone who has been hunting for the final special edition package for the 4th generation Chevrolet Camaro, this is a great chance to buy one in like-new condition with a reduced price.