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1996 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 SS Coupe RWDReview
Christian writes:
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An Awesome Sportscar — I can't dislike much about as its actual cost was 18,000 dollars. For a car with such a vast aftermarket and Powertrain, its unbeatable. it has its drawback like a weak Rear differential (never had an issue though), extremely cheap plastic (crap the car was cheap) so... Everything is in its due place...

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1996 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Coupe RWDReview
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I Never Get Tired Of This Car. I Love It. — This car is so much fun. I still get the same feeling driving it that i did when i bought it which is pure bliss.

Pros: Amazing car for the money. Gobs of torque, destroys Mustangs.

Cons: Interior could be better

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1996 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 SS Coupe RWDReview
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Great All Around Performing Car — just a great all around car that would shut down a supercharged rousch mustang

Pros: LT-1 motor T-tops great suspension very light for its size

Cons: harsh ride

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1996 Chevrolet Camaro RS Coupe RWDReview
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Glory — This car is pure power. Even with just 6-cylinders, the pony car heritage is evident with a stripped interior featuring the bare minimum of accessories. The seats lead back so that the driver has can only guess the length of the hood, a testament to the holy driver mod. Featuring hard-hitting rear-wheel drive and a rough suspension that allows the driver to feel every bump in the road, the Camaro represents the best driver-automobile bond of any car I've ever driven.

Pros: it's a Camaro

Cons: interior isn't staying together over time, low visibility

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1996 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Coupe RWDReview
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Oramac (god Of Speed) — Just take a look, corvette rims (C-5) 18"...SLP short throw shifter, Weld on subframe connectors.. two tones interior (Red/Gray), and the car just always wants to go.. i have Hooker Cat back exhaust system havent done much else been saving my money for the new one coming out in mid 2009.

Pros: This is 96'...the lt-1 engine came out in the 92 corvette.. now, this engine is rated at 305 ponies in the vette.. It took FORD, til what...2005? to get the engine rating up to 300, haha. i just laugh.

Cons: They didnt keep this front end look in the newer models (98-02), but the 5th gen is on the wayyyy

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1996 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Coupe RWDReview
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Z28 T-top Car — Has an LT1 said to be out of a Corvette, automatic transmission, some small spot on body need to be fixed, interior is better than average for this year of car

Pros: A lot of power, handles like a dream, gets 21 - 23 mpg depending on how you drive it

Cons: 200,000 miles, automatic, radio sucks

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1996 Chevrolet Camaro RS Coupe RWDReview
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Unbelievable Performance For The Six Cylinder, And Also Really Sexy Looking. — The one that i bought had custom interior straight from the factory. It has Chevy red velore seats trimed with black. Also everything is exactly like the Z-28 except of coarse the horsepower, but This series three 3800 HO is crazy fast. If you have a speeding problem this would be a better buy than the V-8 models. Better to loose seventy horses than to go to jail.

Pros: Looks, power, feel

Cons: Only fits two comfortably

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1996 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Coupe RWDReview
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Musclecar Speed With Sports-car Handling — As first-ever cars go, I think I win the Awesome contest. Throwing caution, and common sense, to the wind, I skipped past all the used Civics and Corollas and dropped the biggest chunk of cash I've ever spent on a General Motors car from the 90's. And I wouldn't have it any other way. This car has introduced me to power, speed and real handling, and after a summer with it I'm hungry for more. It's also introduced me to GM's idea of interior fit-and-finish from the mid-90's, which I'll call far from spectacular, but the hard plastic doesn't feel so bad when you're in a four-wheel drift around one of those circular highway offramps. It won't win every stoplight race, but it's plainly a hoot to drive around town or on the highway, where stressful moments like passing three logging trucks in a row becomes child's play. It's no show car, either, so I don't consider it rolling bragging rights. It's all about the fun I have driving it, which is all that should really matter.

Pros: Low- and mid-range torque, nicely-weighted steering, RWD dynamics, great front seats, fantastic V8 snarl, exhaust pop-and-burble at lift-throttle, 6th-gear fuel economy.

Cons: Big-number high-end power doesn't seem to pull like it should, on-centre steering play, slightly front-heavy, useless rear seats, brakes just barely lacking, 1st-through-5th-gear fuel economy.

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1996 Chevrolet Camaro RS Coupe RWDReview
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Great 1st Car — love it hate it all at the same time love it in the summer with the T-tops off hate it when i get stuck in snow

Pros: gets lots of looks

Cons: blows in harsh winter

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1996 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 SS Coupe RWDReview
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Fast Car....with Fantastic Response... — LT1 350(305hp)....Superb Handeling and response....Great sports car for the money....Many possiblities of add ons...SS Package was great feature with alum drive shaft...also coming with ZR-1 Wheels...bigger exhaust manifold...functioning hood scoop...General Motors prize for this time.

Pros: Too much to list..

Cons: Hatchback...Automatic 4L60E

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