1973 Chevrolet Camaro User Reviews

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    Love It — Great looking starting to gain in its deserved price range , real nice driving car, LT-1 has been a great plus, motor is the cats meow, never had any mechanical problems, originally a factory brown with white stripes......................Muscle car in all senses of the word, look at a 1970-73 RS..Sharp car.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Fast, love the sound of the solids.......love to drive it.

    Cons: none really, make sure suspension is kept like new

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    Camaro — this car is hot, this is my first car. this car has a big engine, quite good suspension but a high fuel consumption. its to expensive. this car is awesome its a head turner to car enthusiast. but they just dont know how expensive the maintenance is.

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: fast

    Cons: fuel consumption

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    =d — Chevrolet Camaro Z28 -73 Performance: ~300hp, needs lock differential... Build Quality: squeaks/rattles yea it's old :) Needed Repairs: gearbox leaks, electrical problems, little welding Appearance: Pretty =) Cost of Ownership: maybe too much for me Fun Factor: really fun, love it

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: It's just lovely experiense

    Cons: It's not cheap

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    Camaro — It has 40000 original miles, starts right up. whole car is original except for the seats and carpet. everything works except the heat. car has factory air conditioning. im restoring the car. is blue with white stripes. x x x

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: its an f body and has 40k original miles

    Cons: its got a 307

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    A Very Fun Car To Drive, Whether It Is On A Daily Basis Or A Sunday Car. — I have never driven this car in stock form, so my thoughts on its power and handling are not really applicable. As upgraded (Currently with a well-worked smallblock V8 and additional go-fast goodies), the car has unbelievable power and handling to rival that of "modern muscle" like the new-GTO and Mustangs. An all-leather-and-plastic interior makes the build quality a two-sided sword; everything does however manage to work together for the greater good of its appearance. Since the car is nowhere near stock in my ownership, I can't say that its cost of ownership is good or bad, as the car has been quite expensive for me. However, smallblock V8s that the car originally was equipped with are quite cheap to replace nowadays (approaching the $1-per-cu. inch mark), so even if one were to blow the motor out of an old Camaro, a replacement can be had for very inexpensively.

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: Classic look and feel, Chicks dig it, outrageous power, cheap to replace parts for

    Cons: Not known for its safety, tuners will ALWAYS want to race you, not ideal if you don't know how to fix it!

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    2nd Best Car Ever — He stuck a 430hp 383 small-block in it.It has 468 big-block. The car was fast and fun to drive-yet still it needed something. I know, a six-speed transmission, a rearend makeover, suspension upgrades, better brakes, and yes, more power. Now my wife is starting to worry about me. The car is running strong and out comes the 468 and in goes a 496...with a B&M 177 mini-blower."

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: 430hp 383 small-block in it.It has 468 big-block

    Cons: its not a 1970 charger

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    A Great Car All In All — The Camaro is an American classic and I think from 1967-1973 are the real Camaros. With lines the blend american muscle with sport and the aggresive look of a beast the Camaro is one cool looking ride. With a base line 307 V8 it has a lot of room for improvement in the performance arena but you can still break the rear wheels loose easily.

    Pros: a fun comfortable ride, fast, sturdy build quality, attention grabbing

    Cons: low mileage

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    Get One — Performance - great handling acceleration and smooth clutch Build Quality -Solid as a rock Appearance - ok but primer gets old Cost of Ownership -4600 is not bad 22 miles to the Fun Factor -wonderful for drifting the lots around the town

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: great

    Cons: nothing

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    Nice Overall 2nd Generation Camaro — This car I built for my wife so it had to be comfortable and easy to drive and that it was. When we bought the car it was just a running primer bomb, so i redid the interior, bodywork, paint and dressed up the engine on a very minimal budget, i was only making $10 bucks an hour back then, that was 20 years ago.

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: Great looking 2nd gen Camaro, very comfortable and driver friendly car

    Cons: Needed more grunt under the hood and some nicer after market wheels

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    73 Z/28 — 1973 Z/28 Camaro 400 hp LT/1 350 bored 4" 11:1 compression, 500 lift 306 duration cam, 202 heads, 780 cfm Holley, sittin on a edelbrock high rise manifold, next its going to be NOS to be added to it. $2000.00 I & my wife put into the engine. Did the rebuild & the work myself.

    Pros: 1973 Z/28 Great body style, bought it for 800.00 and came with a LT/1 350,

    Cons: Don't have the money to fix it up the way I want it to look!!!!

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    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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