Would You Buy This 2002 Camaro Z/28 With Vintage Mods?

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Can you imagine what the model year should look like?
If you search the internet for weird cars every day, sometimes you come across paydirt. And when we say "weird" we don't necessarily mean it in a negative sense, as some people do. With this foreword we present you this 2002 Chevrolet Camaro Z / 28 convertible, which has been modified so that it looks more like a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro.
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As you can see in the photos, this muscle car carries a body kit that transforms the hood, nose, and tail fairing, and does some touch ups on the sides. There are even functional hideout lights if you care. It says everything was handcrafted so you probably won't see one. Not everyone likes the look of the fourth generation Camaros. So is that better?
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The interior features red and black houndstooth seat inserts, an aftermarket steering wheel, and an aftermarket touchscreen sound system.
The first question anyone might have is why not just buy a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro. It's a legitimate question, but once you start looking for clean examples, you'll quickly see why. With only 4,360 miles on the clock, this is listed for $ 49,500 in 2002. It's not cheap, but it's within the financial reach of far more people than a '69.
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While it may not be as hot as the current Camaros crop, this fourth generation comes with the 5.7-liter LS1 V8. In other words, it moves well enough. It does come with an automatic transmission instead of manual, however, which we honestly think is a huge plus for these muscle cars.
We have modified these modern muscle cars and other vehicles many times so that they look like vintage models. Some look good, others more like a candy bar out in the sun. To be honest, this one is somewhere in the middle. It's not entirely terrible, but we're not saying it's great either. Some may find it attractive enough to drop the sizable sum the seller is asking, but we are sure many will just laugh at the possibility anyone would do.
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