Proud city girl with her redneck ride
By Tygernurse on
2000 Chevrolet Camaro 2 Dr STD Coupe
I started out leasing Baby and loved
her so much I decided to buy her after
3 years. She's quick to react due to
her tight steering. She's a beauty to
look at, but her power is deceiving.
She's relatively slow off the line and
pick up is delayed when you really need
the old drag racing power that she's
remembered for. T-tops are fun, but can
be cumbersome to manage and !!HOT!! to
touch when she's been in the sun. She's
a unique exterior design, you don't
find that type of identity with the
Accords, Civics, Camrys and Corollas.
When she comes barreling down the road
everyone knows her name.
BOOMIN' MONSOON sound, T-tops, tight
steering has gotten me out of some
tight spots. (Usually between grandma
and an 18 wheeler)
Water drains into trunk/rear speakers
when it's raining and the hatchback is
opened. NO trunk space. Needs a sub-
woofer w/ the upgraded stereo system.
She hydroplanes before it even starts
raining. She can't compete with the
same size engine in a foreign car.