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1995 Chevrolet CamaroReview
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Another Dominant/aggressive Child Comes Home —

Our 1995 Camaro is way kewl. You barely touch the pedal & away you go. Even though he now has an maxed out V-6 (thanks to Tom & Eddy at Lawrence Ashland Auto Care), Thor trudges forward like hes a V-10. We got this car July 13th at Muncys Auto Credit in Altamont IL so I give shout out to her and her Bear for having him on the adoption block. Anyone who knows about older cars knows that they will get tweaked & repair everything that shows up. So, rebuilt motor at 175,930 with heavy duty Corvette parts Replaced factory transmission at 176,983 with a heavy duty Corvette transmission, new radiator fan, rustproofed the bottoms out. By this being a muscle car, I was thinkin all muscle, no comfort at all. I couldnt believe how Its VERY comfortable on long trips, lots of legroom for the driver/passenger to stretch out. It gets about 19 mph city/29 mph highway and believe it or not, it runs on 87 unleaded petrol. But when it gets 1/4 tank, be on your way to a petrol station before the check gauges light comes on (yes another Chevy product that has no petrol light). I say with him, try not to let him get below 1/2 if you can. Just to be on the safe side. It has a Delco Bose system in it; 4 speakers and a AC Delco/Bose subwoofer (very well hidden), which turns up the bass for the booming sound. Has a Sony stereo in it with usb port/removable face plate. This boy has T-tops (which Ive NEVER had before), ice cold A/C (which is hardly used because of the T-tops), 18 rims (came with car; Id never buy rims like that myself) and a sleepy teal bluish color. Easy on the eyes to look at and admire. It has one of the biggest washer solvent containers Ive ever seen on a car before!! But its a very solid car, easy to luv. Has a lot of accessories - power locks, power windows, cruise control, tilt steering wheel, trunk release. Honestly, he looks like a triangle with wheels!! The windshield is at a very slick angle to let the wind roll over the passengers and right out the back end!! Installed Flowmaster 409 mufflers with dual exhaust. Got a loud (my opinion), throaty rumble to it, letting you know theres horses not squirrels in the engine compartment. Watch that pass II Key thingy with the ignition. Costs over $300 to fix. Our mechanic (who has worked on muscle cars for over 40 years) fixed our pass II key thing so now were back to factory alarm system; no need to do aftermarket. Im an extreme novice with rear wheel drive. Thor is exactly that. Something I have to get used to. Wouldnt advise driving in wet weather. Kind of hard to keep in control (for me); people complain of it fishtailing but I let him stay parked in bad weather. Depending on what youre having done, repair costs are kinda on the cheap side since the car is a 1995 model, which is a plus. Its been on a 680 mile road trip twice already. I get people at the stop light honkin at me, revving their engines. Light turns green, I keep Thor calm and take off normally while they fly past me. Oh well Im not Speed Racer either!! Now if you think you can run go shopping in this car..sure you can, provided you dont take off the T-tops. The trunk space is almost non-existent. There is a little room for a bag or two but thats it. Youd either have to fold down the rear seats (which I just found out is possible) or be putting everything in to the back seat. Then again, guess a muscle car isnt designed for the weekly major grocery run. The back seat--small, SHORT people belong back there. Period. I however, can sit back there and be comfortable. If youre over 5 foot 5 inches, forget it!!! But the Camaro wasnt designed as a grocery getter either. I would recommend a Camaro to anyone who wants a muscle/sporty car, but cant afford the Corvette. Actually the Camaro IS the little brother to the more ritzy, more expensive Corvette. The 6 cylinder (which now sounds/feels like an 10) provides enough power for the get up n be gone!! I wish though that GM had more than a 3 year/36,000 mile warranty.

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

Pros: Sleek design, reliability, just about power everything, great ride capability, able to leap ahead in a single bound; makes jackrabbits jealous.

Cons: No trunk space,  very wide so you have to gage parking until you get used to driving it, cannot see beyond the wipers. Car is bottom heavy. Doors slam like a tank!!!

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1995 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Coupe RWDReview
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Perfect — For a 1995, it runs great, its very powerful, stylish, reliable, very responsible to mods (considering its a track made car) it was my first car and I'm sure it will be my last car. Z/28's are the best trims available in my opinion

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

Pros: This car is gorgeous, and always has been

Cons: Bad fuel eco, worth it though (:

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Chevy Power — This is my fourth Camaro in a row. I like the 1995 because it is good looking, comfortable, has always run good, and gets fairly good mileage. I would like a newer model but don't want to be accused of a mid life crisis.

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

Pros: Great car, good looking, running, and a tall person,me, fits just fine.

Cons: Speed Limit.....

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1995 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Coupe RWDReview
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? — this car is fun to drive with the lt1 backed by a 6 speed it gets up and goes with no problems it corners amazing !i havent had to replace much of anything except for the starter !the motor was ticking when i bought it and quit after driving it i have now put on 11000 miles since it quit good motor !

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: its purple

Cons: nothing

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1995 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe RWDReview
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Impressions Are Short Lived . It's Okay As A Toy, An Occasional Drive, But Not On A Trip Or Daily. — The car is beautiful, but uses too much gas, windows go out quite often, it's a good car for someone that wants an every-once-in-a-while driver. Mechanically it was a good car, no breakdowns, and it got 16 mpg. in city, 21 mpg. on hwy.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Beautiful car, stylish, handles good.

Cons: Uses too much gas, power steering hard to turn. no leg room in back seat, no head room in back, electric windows notorious about going out, along with the rear hatch support lifts.

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1995 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Coupe RWDReview
Jake writes:
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Love It! — if the car hooks its very quick, on other hand it has plenty of power to roast em'. breaks were more than enough to stop the car. its on the heavy side for a 2 door, suspension makes up for it. i had a 13 year old z28 and the only rust spot was at the fuel fill door (common place to rust on these cars). very nice car to look at, very nice interior with the leather. gas wise, eh, better than my truck (z28 got about 16-18 mpg combined.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: style, power

Cons: not having one

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1995 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe RWDReview
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Get One! — My Z28 that i have on here is a V8 350. This Camaro is a 3.4L V6 but has ALOT of power at the rear wheels. You can do 50 MPH around S turns and it handles like a F1 race car. Again these cars have it all and can have more added to them to make a great car to race with!

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

Pros: Best America car ever!

Cons: Not a thing

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1995 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Coupe RWDReview
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A Good Commuter And Week End Warrior Car — its a very very fun car, easy to drive, and the available after market add ons list goes on for miles, although it is an older car so it does have the risk of breaking, mine has had most of its repairs completed the major ones being a new transmission and new head gaskets. it handles exactly like an American live axel car should. breaking is excellent as well. gas milage could be better but for a 13 second car im not complaning [and thats on a bad day]

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: love my camaro

Cons: nothin really

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1995 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe RWDReview
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Best First Car I Could Have Ever Asked For. — Had balls for a 3.4L V6...Interior well laid out (simple yet functional)...Blast to drive...Problems with the cooling system lead to a manual fan switch which kept it cool on command...Very dependable...Drove to Maryland, Massachusetts, never a problem.

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

Pros: Great MPG, Was a great first car and an excellent learning experience...

Cons: V6...Paint was chipping...

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1995 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe RWDReview
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Good Looking Daily Driver — It's a very pretty car. I wish it were a Z28 because it's just not fast enough for my preferences... then again, not much is. Still, it gets decent gas mileage and is holding up pretty well after 1500 miles in a month

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: If you like Camaros

Cons: If you want to go really fast

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