READER AD: 26k Mile 2002 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible

What Makes It Special? This is an anniversary issue Camaro Convertible with low mileage. It’s always been garaged and is in great condition all the way around!

Body Condition: Given its age, mileage and having been garaged, the body is in excellent condition.

Mechanical Condition: The L36 3800 engine is in excellent condition and has seen just 26k miles. It’s the 200 horsepower and 225 ft-lbs of torque V6. The car is optioned with the F41 suspension and the 3.42 rear end. It’s a fun and comfortable car to drive!

This Camaro really does look like a fun car to own. While most buyers want the V8, the V6 is actually a great engine with decent performance and great exhaust note. You’d be hard pressed to find another convertible in this nice of condition, so if you are ready for some drop-top fun, be sure to take a closer look at Christine’s Camaro via the link below!

Seller’s Listing: Here on CarGurus

  • Asking Price: $12,000
  • Location: Richmond, California
  • Mileage: 26,000
  • Title Status: Clean
  • VIN: 2G1FP32K222120947

List your car here on Barn Finds for only $50!


  1. Keith

    Nice car but you know what gets me? These people who own these Camaros think that these cars are worth way more than what they are and a V6!? I have a 300+ HP corvette with only 16k miles in perfect unmolested condition with only16k original miles and I’m being told the it can only bring in 10k or less? My corvette is way more car than these Camaros in performance and style!

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    • 86_Vette_Convertible


      Couldn’t agree more with you. As another C4 owner if you’re a seller the Camaro brings more money while if you’re a buyer the C4 can be gotten for better $$. The Vette handles and performs so much better than the Camaro will. It’s not right, but it is reality.
      Mine has more miles and not in as fine a condition as yours is, but it’s paid for and it’s mine which is the most important thing for me.

      Wishing the seller the best on the Camaro but I’ll stay with my Vette.

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  2. Flmikey

    I have to disagree with Keith…this Camaro is worth every dime…and I agree with Keith…the ‘vette should be worth more than 10k…both cars are beauties…

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  3. Blk63vette

    Yeah Kinda like a V6 Mustang nonbody wants them. Compare resale value to a V8 car.

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  4. That 80's Guy The LS Guy

    Way too dear for a 6-cylinder car, even one as nice as that and with the low miles. The base coupes just don’t bring in the money no matter how clean they are. Now, a Z28 in that condition and with those miles is likely a $16-20k car. But I digress.

    Seller should be happy to get $7-8k for it.


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    • Miguel

      LS Guy, I am surprised Chevrolet made a 6 cylinder anniversary car.

      Usually they are trying to make you remember the old time, which would mean a V8.

      Does anybody remember a 6 cylinder Camaro like the V8 counterparts?

      I mean what was this an anniversary of?

  5. irocrobb

    I would say a little steep on price. But,you could buy it,maintain it, and likely loose not much money over 10 years if you just used it during the summer months. And the good old 3.8 would return great mileage as well. I would say 8500 if it is in excellent shape.
    And I would rather this than a C4 Corvette but I am 60 years old and past the performance days…

  6. Tim

    Asking price is high. I bought a 2002 CETA convertible with 16k miles for 14K

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    • Miguel

      Tim, that is about what I paid for my 1994 Z28 convertible in 1995.

  7. Sal

    I agree price is too high.
    And though I don’t understand why your vette is worth so little, you can’t compare them because this is a convertible. Totally different market.

    You know what they say… Top goes down.. price goes up

  8. Miguel

    My problem with this car is that when you put the top down you have to hear that engine.

    No thanks.

  9. Art Courchesne

    All I can say is someone got free advertising for a regular car. 2002 is the 35th anniversary year for Camaro but this is not one of them. They are red with silver striping and embroidered logos in the headrests. I just sold my 2002 35th Anniversary Camaro, LS-1 6 SPEED with only 28,000 miles on it for $17,500 CDN. It was mint and fully documented. The asking price for all of these cars is twice what they are worth and they just do not sell at these higher prices. I have watched the market every day over the past 3 years and the cars that are listed at high prices (25 – 30,000) don’t sell. expect to have it listed for at least a year or 2 if you think you can get that kind of money at this point in time. the real sales are in the range of $15 – 20,000.

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  10. Bob McK Member

    I own two Corvettes and love them both. The reason they sell for less is because young people don’t want them. They got so expensive only old people could afford them. Killing the young “cool” market. I asked my insurance company why my Corvette convertibles cost less to insure than my Jeep Wrangler. Her answer… only old men drive Corvettes. Mostly on nice days. Young people drive Jeeps and often times. Crash them.

  11. Steve

    Why is this car even a “barn find”???

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