2002 Chevrolet Camaro

GMMG Dick Harrell Edition Sport Coupe
Multiple records set at Mecum Indianapolis 2021
Friday, 14 May - Saturday, 22 May 2021
Sale Price
$100,000 - $125,000
Est. Range
22 May 2021
Sold Date
Lot Number
Unrestored original
Mecum Auctions
Auction House
Chassis no. 2G1FP22G922170475. Silver and black over dark gray leather, gray cloth. 427/630hp Phase 3X LS6, 6-speed, 4.10 gears, Fiske wheels, Michelin Pilot Sport tires, Corvette brakes, Monsoon CD stereo.

Evaluation: From the Dewayne Stephens collection. Represented with 2660 miles. Number 22 of 32 wide body special editions built by GMMG and named for famed builder and racer Dick Harrell. Still presents like a new car.

Bottom Line: Camaros straight from the dealership. They were expensive (this Phase 3X 427 stickered at over $118,000), so they’re quite rare. We don’t often think of fourth gen Camaros as being particularly collectible, but there were plenty of rare special editions during its 1993-2002 production run and there was a slew of low-mile fourth gens in Indy this year that undoubtedly brought their devotees out to bid. This was the most potent and desirable of them, which explains the fevered bidding and this huge final price. It was the most expensive Camaro in Indy this year, classic or modern, and a record for a 1993-02 Camaro.

by Andrew Newton
28 May 2021
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