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1995 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Coupe RWDReview
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Fun Very Fun — the interior was nice, i like stream line looks of this car. handling was better than expected, and when you stomped on the gas it pushed you back in your seat fairly decently. it could fishtail with ease, had a good stock stereo system, and had a cool factor of about 4 out of 5, which made this car the funnest and coolest car I've owned to date. It's also the reason i want the 5th gen

Pros: very quick for a stock car

Cons: gas hog

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1995 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe RWDReview
Jordan writes:
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Road Beauty — so far no problems, nice fast ride, my 5th gear i love but never get to much due to its 120+ with a max out at around 225km/h without anything done to the engine yet. it looks great and drives like a road queen

Pros: looks, speed and overall feel

Cons: the gas, and only the gas

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1995 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe RWDReview
Brooke writes:
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She's My Best Friend — Ive had my car for 2 1/2 years now, and its the most reliable vehicle Ive ever had. Also the most sleek looking and so fun to drive, its unbelievable.

Pros: Exxelent handling, real head turner

Cons: Problems with windshield wipers and heater and A/C system working

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1995 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible RWDReview
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Red Hot Babe Mobile — my 1995 camaro is a great car. it allows me to get where im going while turning heads and pickin up babes. if you are looking for a reliable great car, get a camaro

Pros: Convertible, leather

Cons: automatic transmission, v6 power train

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1995 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Coupe RWDReview
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Amazing — I loved this car so much that when we sold it i actually cried.

Pros: beautiful, powerful, just plain amazing if driven right and taken care of

Cons: cant think of any

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1995 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe RWDReview
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Seems To Get Looked At Alot, So Thats A Good Thing. — 5 spd, leather, jvc, single 10" sub, car has perfect acoustics because of the hatchback and a nice place for the sub where the t roofs would normally go, 17" torque thrust rims, car currently has the 3.4 L, hope to some day put a 427 in, but im liken the 3.4 with the higher gas prices. possible ram air, ground effects, maybe air bags some day.

Pros: great lookin car, seems very reliable(and i beat it pretty good sometimes.

Cons: tires a little wide on front 275/50R17 makes the car a little stiffer to drive. would be nice if there were a few more body mods available

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1995 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Coupe RWDReview
Aaron writes:
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383cui. Lt1 Street/drag Car — 383cui LT1, Trickflow CNC ported/polished heads by Advanced Induction, t56 6speed manual trans, 4:10gears w/ eaton posi unit, true dual exhaust with dumps before axle, etc etc you get the idea. Basicaly this is my street/Drag car. Everything to do with the powertrain has been modified in some way or another. Not very fun to drive on the street, unless you got a straight empty road ahead.

Pros: Its 'fast'   ;-)

Cons: It drinks gas.  Its a little loud, not that it bothers me. The cops dont like it at all.

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1995 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Coupe RWDReview
Philip writes:
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Fast And Fun — i owned this car for some time and loved it. i regret getting rid of it. ran strong handled very well and was fun... the only problem was chevrolet didnt build the driveline strong enough beyond the tranny. interior was a joke. it was fun and you can do anything and everything with these cars

Pros: fast, fun, modable, loud, cool

Cons: crappy rear end, cheap interior.

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1995 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Convertible RWDReview
electricalstorm writes:
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I Love My Camaro Z28 Convertible, It Is Great Fun To Drive On Curvy Roads.... — This car handles great on the open road-and is able to top end though I only pressed it once and just long enough to see blue puffs of smoke coming out he back side of the Porsche I passed. I have 107k on it now with a few repairs (purchased her at 37k in '96), handles great hugging the road around curves gracefully without losing anyone out the side and since mine is red-she is pretty-well maintained and a rust free 'Zoner.

Owner for 11 years, 7 months

Miles Driven per Year:6,000

Pros: Plenty of leg room and elbow room in the front seats of the car, has tracking system so engine does not end up in your lap in a front end collision and protective framing support on sides of car. It handles well and curves gracefully. She has power to climb effortlessly. Unlike some convertible boxes...you can see out the back of her while driving. The model was discontinued so will be worth something to hold on to.

Cons: Putting a corvette engine in a little box doesn't allow for room to work on anything and mechanic's generally charge about 100.00 more to fix anything. The box for the battery is too small for the car's needs so needs to be replaced annually. She hydroplanes on wet pavement because of low profile tires. You have to watch clearance for drive-pathways as if it is too steep an incline will catch the front end though she loves to climb my driveway at a 6 percent grade without difficulty-or if speed bumps are over 6" will catch the tranny. The back seat isn't really made for people.

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1995 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe RWDReview
Quentin writes:
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Sweeto Car, My Dream Car I Found For Sale @ A Good Price. — I love the car its my daily driver, its dark green, it has a sweeto sound system, and it growls like no other. it breaks down a lot tho.

Pros: sound system, appearance, ride, performance, handling

Cons: gas mileage, reliability, snow traction

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