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    2002 Camaro SS SLP Brickyard 400


    2002 Camaro SS SLP Brickyard 400 Anniversary LE
    Indy Pace car
    #23 of 45



    If you are looking to purchase a beautiful red 2002 LE 35TH Camaro Anniversary edition convertible, you need to strongly consider the Brickyard 400 pace car. Some of the very first 35th Editions be built were not just built and numbered for the Brickyard 400 race, the Brickyard 400 was chosen for the unveiling of the 2002 LE 35TH Camaro Anniversary edition. 45 of the first LE cars produced were chosen and literaly kept under wraps until race day. With the expectation of the termination of the Camaro and the production of the 35th LE to write the last page of the history of the Camaro, this was a very very important event in the story of the Camaro.

    Once the race was over only select dealers were able to recieve and market the cars. Car #23 was the 7th car built in sequence and was the only car delivered to the famed Tom Henry Chevrolet. It is immensely well documented and still retains all the GM Scott Settlemire(then Chevrolet Camaro Brand Team Manager) emails and correspondence, the 2 Indy/Brickyard license plates, books, records, 35th Camaro manuals, pens, pads, car cover, etc. No doubt the graphics and design of the red 35 LE cars are beautiful, but the Brickyard 400 cars take it up a few notches with Brickyard door emblems, Indy decals, window banner, car #'s, etc.

    If you are buyer for a 2002 LE 35TH Camaro Anniversary edition you probably already know there were 3000 produced and delivered to the US. You might consider that a rare and exclusive number, 1 of 45 is a very very rare production number for a worldwide production.

    There are no noticeable flaws or marks of any kind anywhere on it. If you walk around this car you won’t notice one ding, scratch or mark. It is amazingly difficult to run across a 35th LE SS yet alone one this exceptional. The interior is outstanding, with no wear or stains. The paint has no scratches or dings and still shines like new. The rims have no curb rash and still shine as new. It is original down to the tires. No leaks, no squeaks, no issues anywhere. No rust anywhere. No paintwork. Again I have every original receipt and stitch of documentation.

    I think you’ll be hard pressed to find anything cleaner with ANY mileage. I have had over (50) 4th gen F body's and I can tell you it feels and rides very fresh.

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    Last edited by mario65; 07-31-2013 at 08:51 AM.

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