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    69 Z28 Comaro — i was the most fun car to drive. we had 12g. under the hud. 5 speed transmition. body was a dark lime green. nothen speshal about the interior. it would run a 1/4 in under 5. take corners at 60. high prophormance cluch the most bad ass car around here. but now its a junker. i rold it in to a dich 4 mounths ago.

    Pros: every thing

    Cons: got like 12 to the gallen

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    Awson First Car — Great classic car. Always a head turner. 327, Powerglide Tranny. Motor handled everything dished to it.

    Pros: Cool looking...good Performance

    Cons: Needs some help inthe hadnling department.

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    69 Chevrolet Camaro — This 69 Camaro is my first car. It has a 350 small block, with a M21 Muncie 4 Speed. It is a X44, which is standard, but I'm making it into a SS.

    Pros: It's a muscle car!  What's better than that?

    Cons: Needs body work and front suspension needs to be rebuilt

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    Beautiful — Awesome. Handles wonderfully. Sounds great and the burnouts are kick ass. lot's of power.

    Pros: it's a chevy

    Cons: it's not mine.

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    Owned A 69 Z-28 As Well As A 69 Conv. Pace Car — Head turners. both cars were submitted into super chevy magazine and won multiple trophies.

    Pros: Car shows and plenty of trophies to collect dust

    Cons: High maint.

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    Beautiful Lines Pure Muscle Babe Magnet. — Owned 1 of these in the early eighties for about 2 years and loved it. Took it down to the Le Mans 24 hour race a couple of times and it got more interest in the car park than the Ferraris and Astons etc. 350 SS convertable with 6.6 litre v8 with 4 straight through pipes and cherry bombs on the back end sounded fantastic. Got pulled regularly by the police but never got nicked! They just wanted to look and ask what was under the bonnet. I traded it in for a Trans-Am which I also loved but wish I'd had the foresight to hold on to it and mothball it as they are worth about £25,000 in concours condition now (I paid £1,250 for mine)

    Pros: Looks, sound, straight line speed, power hood, pulling power!

    Cons: Fuel consumption 8mpg in you have a heavy right foot

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    1969 Chevy Camaro — 69 Camaro, my first car, 350 small block-over 325 HP, M21 Muncie 4 Speed, Rally wheels, I got my entire interior redone and putting my new quarters on, got my SS hood and everything. I should have some updated pictures of the whole car pretty soon.

    Pros: New 350 small block, over 325 hp, drives great just needs body work!

    Cons: it 40 years old so needs new front suspension and needs some new shocks in the back.

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    Beast — It's just a shame that I just couldn't afford to keep up with this beautiful car as a college student.

    Pros: POWER, Looks, pretty much everything.

    Cons: Needs alot of attention - but that's fun too.

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    Badass Bowtie — This is one of the sweetest 69 Camaros you'll ever see. 100% original, every nut and bolt from the front to rear bumper. Only thing ever changed were belts and hoses, and tires.

    Pros: Wins 1st place at every car show, gets looks every time it leaves the garage.

    Cons: Can't drive it much to keep the miles under 24,000.

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    A Car I Would Love To Own Again — I refurbished this car and was on the streets racing it. I loved how it accelerated and how it handled.

    Pros: Speed and acceleration

    Cons: Braking

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    2015 Chevrolet Camaro Reviews

    People Will Tell You It's Better Than A Mustang By Crumpler

    Love the the halo ring HID head lights, rear LED's and 20" rims. They make for a great mean look. 2015 Camaro is loaded with options for a fair price. 426 HP makes for fun driving. I have a 2013 Musta... Read More

    2014 Chevrolet Camaro Reviews

    Great To Drive! By Kenappel

    I really enjoy the styling and performance. However, I hope that they can work to fuel efficiency going forward. However, our overall impression of the Camaro is very positive. We go on more road t... Read More

    Love It!! By JanesCarAddiction

    This is my second camaro. I really love that it fits me and all my friends, and family. I was really worried that the car would be to manly for a girl but its not. Lots of people ask me about my car a... Read More

    2013 Chevrolet Camaro Reviews

    Racing Car With Road Car Robe By LGT

    You just want to hear engine sound, but if you exagerate, you will hear policeman too... This is a perfect car with a good balance of fun, ride and hapiness. You feel the power and the car want to giv... Read More

    Frostbite By Joseph

    I love this car, it is a lot of fun, and always is turning the head of others. Recommended for those whom are looking to have fun, but who still like to have the room of a back seat. Awesome! Read More

    2012 Chevrolet Camaro Reviews

    Power And Looks Blended With Uniqueness And Style By suwaneeguy

    Converting a Chevy Camaro ZL1 into a Trans Am look alike is not as difficult as you might think. The Camaro ZL1 is a powerful car with great handling. This is definitely no family car. I also wouldn't... Read More

    Big Smiles By Sarraey

    I like everything about this car. Fun and enjoyable, heads up display, smooth ride and just cruisin around with other camaro's around town, Hint using a clay bar will help bring out the depth of the c... Read More

    2011 Chevrolet Camaro Reviews

    I Loved This Car By tsagarro

    I really enjoyed this car and so did my family and friends. Great body style, love the stripe package on it, and all its other characteristics. No major maintenance besides oil changes, and brake repl... Read More

    Drive It Like You Stole It. By nicoles2013

    I once heard someone say "If you don't look back every time you walk away from your car, you're not in love with it". Not only do I look back, but I giggle like a 5 year old because it's all mine! I... Read More

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