The last F-body Camaro produced is the 35th Anniversary, a special option package for Camaros that had the SS performance package equipped, making it an instant collectible for Camaro fans. The 35th Anniversary included special graphics, pinstripes that “dissolved” into a checkered flag design, special badging, and most importantly, a 5.6-liter LS1 engine (which also saw duty in the Corvette). Producing a stout 325 horsepower, the ultimate fourth-generation Camaro had the performance to back up the unique look of the car. It goes without saying that with the SS engine option, the Camaro is fast, but the mid-13 second ETs it can pull dead stock put it in the running not only with modern muscle cars, but some of the best classic muscle cars as well. It’s the perfect sendoff to a car that has recently been resurrected to great acclaim, no doubt in part to fond memories of this generation among the enthusiasts at Chevrolet.
The 2002 Chevrolet Camaro 35th Anniversary Super Sport (abbreviated as Chevrolet Camaro '02) is a FR sports car that debuted in Forza Motorsport 2 as a Unicorn Car and appears as standard in all subsequent Motorsport main titles, as well as in Forza Street.
The 35th Anniversary Super Sport was the final model available from the fourth generation Chevrolet Camaro, which ended production in 2002. Each model was painted in Bright Rallye Red with gray dual stripe graphics, and could be had with a convertible roof or T-top.
The fourth generation Camaro marked the end of the F-body, a RWD platform that served all Camaro and Firebird models since 1967. Its successor, the 2010 Camaro was based on a Holden platform.
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