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1977 Chevrolet CamaroReview
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Awesome Machine — Added just about every power mod one can think of NA - great sound with true duals, 21mpg highway and starts first time on cold winter morning. Getting qjet dialled in takes some patience but can yield great results once its right :)

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

Pros: Great style, gr8 sound - timeless classic imo

Cons: small things that rattle!

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1977 Chevrolet CamaroReview
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Gen 2 Camaro The Overlooked Steal — Nice car to drive down the highway. Likes to sit right at 70 and click off the miles. I wish the seats had more adjustments, and it was easier to get a good seal on the interior. Overall a pleasure to drive and own considering its few shortfalls

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

Pros: The 2nd Generation Camaro is often overlooked.  With many improvements over the more popular 1967-1969 models these cars are a deal for 1/2 the money if not less.  Easy to work on, have good power, and are not too expensive to upgrade.  Drivers can be found for under $5000.

Cons: The weight of the doors will shock you and the fuel economy is nothing to write home about. AC is not as effective as a modern car or the defrost system.  Original sound system lackluster if you like music

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1977 Chevrolet CamaroReview
leetomnsx writes:
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Chromed Out 1977 Camaro — It was a Great first car. It was very appealing to the eye and would run with some of the slower v8's and tuned 4 & 6 cylinder's. Very reliable and built like a tank. Door Handles stripped out every 4-6 months.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Great first car. Brilliant shiny black with a red velvet interior. Yep, black over red. Put some Crager's on it and the bumper and wheels gave it a very appealing look.

Cons: It had the 305 cubic inch motor which was underpowered.  The 350 cubic inch was a lot quicker.

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1977 Chevrolet CamaroReview
Jeff writes:
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1977 Camaro Type Lt — its a fun car. just a play around car. its handles good and is pretty confy i would recomend this car cuz second gen camaros are some what cheep yet and first gens are realy over priced. second gens are not as good a lookin as first but there still bad ass!!

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

Pros: is a chevy

Cons: its not a 68'

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1977 Chevrolet CamaroReview
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Never Sell!! — Built for fun and power, 454 brodix heads roller in process of doing over complete front end! 4:11 posi weld, drag stars, hotchkiss suspention and overall just a great car to toy with! I hope to pass this car to my son when he is old enough!!

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

Pros: very fast!

Cons: If you see one in my area cheap please tell me..

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1977 Chevrolet CamaroReview
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Its Pretty Good Car For My First Car — dislike the big doors, heavy bumpers like to drive it, its got slow take off but will get up to high speeds gas mileage sucks but it do pretty good for it to be a V8 i like driving and ridding in this car because it is a chevrolet muscle car

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: the colors

Cons: motor

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1977 Chevrolet CamaroReview
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Camaro`s Are For Real Men. — Real men drive camaro`s. Imports are for girls and so are fords. The handling and the power are amazing. for a 1977 car it was the best of the best, and still is today. This car gets ton's of looks and its fun to drive race or cruise.

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

Pros: 1. Its a mans car. not for girls

Cons: Your wallet might get thin

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1977 Chevrolet CamaroReview
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Not Bad Theres Better Than Mine — good car got a 6 cyl lasts forever can take engine out in a couple of hours any chevy will perty much fit little heavy tho tank ftw!!!!!!! needs sub-frame connectors quality is good got it in really nice shape for being 30+ years old simple to work on bout 18mpg for a 250CI 6cyl with a v8 and a bit better suspension it would be more fun to drive

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: the motor will run forever, very easy to work on

Cons: too heavy not enough parts selection for suspension

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Sweet First Car — i built it my self with some help from my buddies when i was in grade 12. the only thing i didn't do was the body work an paint job. every thing mechanicle and interior wise was done by yours truly

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

Pros: its fun

Cons: cause its mine

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1977 Chevrolet CamaroReview
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Bottom Line, It's A Diamond In The Rough — I love the performance out of it, it just takes a second to spin the tires goin down the road when you really lay into it. it needs a little rust repair but hey the body's straight so why complain, only problem is i wished the seat went a little further back.

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

Pros: it's good american muscle...what more do you need

Cons: fitting in the driver seat

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