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Posted: 06/27/19 10:34am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

How much are you paid, Tyler? lol


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Cummins12V98 wrote:

IMHO they are the least appealing re-do of the Muscle cars. The rear is simply UGLY. Same person must have designed the rear of the Corvette as it simply does not fit the rest of the car.


I had a '67 Camaro RS coupe. I thought it was beautiful. Had the 327 V8, 4 speed Muncie transmission, etc.

The modern Camaro was a take off in styling of the '69 Camaro, which I didn't like, either the original '69 or the modern day interpretation.
I did like the '70 1/2 style, with the open grille and two bumperettes.

Apparently the reason the new Camaro was given the '69 styling cues is because the '69 is generally thought of as the most popular looking Camaro, which I can't fathom.

But then the '57 Ford is also thought of by many rodders as the best looking Ford of the 1950's, which I also can't fathom. I'll take the '58 or '59 Ford look, everyday over the odd looking '57.

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Cummins12V98 wrote:

IMHO they are the least appealing re-do of the Muscle cars. The rear is simply UGLY. Same person must have designed the rear of the Corvette as it simply does not fit the rest of the car.


Yeah agree. Cool when they came out back in 2010? I tore the rear tires off a rental SS back then. Fun car.
But Ford has always been pretty spot on with the Mustang look after 05 and Dodge hit a grand slam with the Challenger.


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Cummins12V98 wrote:

IMHO they are the least appealing re-do of the Muscle cars. The rear is simply UGLY. Same person must have designed the rear of the Corvette as it simply does not fit the rest of the car.


I thought getting rid of the round tail lights really was the end for me. Then I found out they were moving the engine to the middle. Thought that was a rumor and they'd never do it, but it appears to be true. It's also going to raise the price quite a bit. To me, they've ruined the Corvette brand forever unless there is a drastic change in management over there...and I'm a huge GM/LS fan.

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2018 1LE SS VS 2018 Mustang GT

This 2018 1LE SS is a beast. What is killing it is ergonomics.

From a performance stand point it destroys cars 3 times its price and lays waste to anything GM made before oh say before 2010.

I am a numbers guy and the performance numbers are there.


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Grit dog wrote:

Cummins12V98 wrote:

IMHO they are the least appealing re-do of the Muscle cars. The rear is simply UGLY. Same person must have designed the rear of the Corvette as it simply does not fit the rest of the car.


Yeah agree. Cool when they came out back in 2010? I tore the rear tires off a rental SS back then. Fun car.
But Ford has always been pretty spot on with the Mustang look after 05 and Dodge hit a grand slam with the Challenger.


Ford did the best retro look job with the newer Mustang, no doubt in my mind. I also felt tha the first gen Mustang...both notchback and fast back...also the '67-'68 Mustang fastback were great looking. The early '70's and then the Mustang ll...ouch... in looks.

The 'late '80's Mustang 5 liter both notchback and fastback...very good looking.

But, most years during the life of the Mustang/Camaro though...the Chevy had the edge in their V8's, V6's power.

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Mustang really looks good. But I would take the Challenger any day.

Rode in a 18 Charger HellCat it was insane at 707hp. 4 men on board at 1,000#.

Bottom line the Camaro won’t be missed.


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ksss wrote:

The latest word is that Gen 7 is postponed not discontinued.
I wonder if the delay is to upfit with batteries and electric motors.


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No worries the new Snake will be roaming the streets with 760HP.

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Also there's a new Charger Hellcat Widebody about to be released too.

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Let's hope nobody dies because of an idiot driving that amount of power. Chevman


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