2002 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 2dr Hatchback (5.7L 8cyl 4A)
As far as bang for the buck, it's
impossible to beat the Camaro. Where
else can you get over 300 horsepower
for under 30,000? Yeah it's crude,
loud, noisy and a few shakes and
rattles, but that all disappears as you
roll into the throttle. My only
complaint about the car is moving to
Phoenix and seeing my insurance rates
Power, handling, shift quality of 6
speed with Hurst shifter, looking at
Porsches in the rearview mirror.
Lower insurance premiums, get rid of
hump in passenger side floorboard,
start making it again.
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