I wanted one of these cars from the
first time I saw one on the road.
After doing some homework, I realized
quickly that the 1996 model was the one
to own. In 1998, after selling my
Camaro, I was surprised to find one in
a local trading paper that was about 60
miles away. I was fortunate enough to
have a seller that offered to drive to
my home and let me see the car. They
told me that they were the
original owners and had all
paperwork...including the original
window sticker. Low and behold...right
at the scheduled
time they said they'd show up...A
menacing low, black car crept past my
The engine, trans, reliability, ride,
tires, wheels, color, styling, rarity,
collectibility, heritage, image, etc.
It's really easy to get greedy with the
horsepower...but don't fret...you can
add any type of aftermarket upgrade to
this vehicle. Go till your wallet's
content. And if all you care about is
cupholders...don't buy this car...cause
you'll spill your drinks quick in here.
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