Bought my '93 Camaro at the dealership
in which I worked in '00; the car had
64,000 miles on it. The car has a lot
of low-end power, even in v6 form,
because of it's OHV engine layout (now
rare in a market dominated by OHC
imports). Only repairs performed are
replacement of ball-joints, tie-rods,
etc. (usual in an older car, especially
in New England). 40k miles later, it
has definitely proven dependable. eople
will tell you it's bad in the
snow...those are the people you don't
want to get in a car with. If know how
to drive, you can drive a rear-wheel
drive car in adverse weather; people
forget that years ago RWD was the ONLY
T-Bar Roof, Integrated Rollbar.
Power, v6 OR v8; Gobs of Low-End Torque.
Terrific Engine Sound.
Styling; Turns Heads.
More room than one would expect;
converts into a "Station Wagon" with
Most drivers will fit comforatably in
the car (I'm 6'3"), but passengers are
a tighter fit; it's
definitely a Driver Oriented Car! Gas-
mileage is decent, but it's not a
Toyota...but you knew that anyway, and
you wouldn't be looking at a Camaro if
you wanted an EconoCar!
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