Okay here is the details on the camaro ride-we need a FOR SURE head count please! so let me know if your in and if you have any other camaros/cars/bikes coming-July 24th Camaro5 ride to Centerville raceway-if you live close to glenwood we are meeting up at 6pm in glenwood to head up there if you are racing you have to be there by 7PM for elimations its $5 to watch and $20 to race we are getting our own class/bracket and trophies so only camaros to camaros can race. We will be there with the 7 sec. cars b/c they pay alot of money to come so the lady told me it was an awesome night for us to come b/c they put on a show for everyone. If anyone has any questions or ppl keep coming let me know and we have to have more than 6 cars to race so lets shoot for 10!! you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, facebook me, text me 870-223-3262 thanks guys!
The Halo lights are great, if you want them, it just seems like you could probably get them aftermarket cheaper. I paid all toghther like 38 thousand something. The car is completely loaded out except for the ground effect package and the 21"rims. The car is well worth the money, and the attention never ends with the car. I was in San Antonio and a lady stopped me so she could take a picture of my car and everyone gives me thumbs up.
The car is a 2SS and it's an auto with the orange accent interior and the sunroof, and the car stickered for 38,000. You can get a 1SS for 31,000, it won't have leather and it won't have the 4 pack gauges by the shifter. The car will look just like the other camaros but it won't have the halo lights unless you get the RS package which is 1200. I got the RS package on my car, but it's not worth spending the money on. You can build your car on chevy.com. If any more questions just ask