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2002 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible Would Have You Believe It’s A 1969 Model Instead


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What do you do if own a 2002 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Convertible but much prefer the looks of the first-generation? Well, the seller of this 2002 Camaro has done and graft on the front and rear ends of a 1969 model. The end result is questionable, to say the least.

This bizarre Camaro Convertible is currently up for sale from London Auto Sales in London, Kentucky and wears a sticker price of $49,500, meaning it costs roughly the same as a brand new Camaro 2SS.

The listing says that the car itself was modified and built by London Auto Sales and “is car #19 built by London Auto Sales,” perhaps implying that there are at least 18 other 2002 Camaros with 1969 ‘facelifts’ out there.

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Up front, the car has the nose section of a 1969 model and a blacked-out grille with hidden headlights. It also includes a black fender and splitter section and an old-school hood with a large power dome. Spin around to the rear and you will find the bumper and taillights of a 1969 model. The car also has a set of matte black aftermarket wheels.

Viewed from the front and the rear, the car doesn’t look too bad. However, it looks utterly bizarre from the side where the shape of the convertible roof, the windshield, and the side windows simply don’t match with the 1969 front and rear ends.

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Updated: November 14, 2020 — 9:28 pm

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