Originally Posted by ParisTNDude
Talk about collector cars....! It makes sense for Chevy to truly consider the LS7 for the last of the 5th gen Camaros. Sales have currently slowed considerably and the Camaro moniker can hardly stand to die before the 6th gen arrives. If the LS7 option wasn't hugely expensive, I could see a revival of sorts using this tactic. The idea of an LS7 engine in the 5th gen isn't a fresh idea from GM by the way,...Camaro5 guys have been doing that rather well since 2010!
Sales are always slow in the Winter months. The chart states sales are off 14% from last year. That's a difference of 784 cars. We'll have to wait and see what the sales figures will be later this year.
Former Camaros: (gone but not forgotten)
1976 LT Black/Black 305 V8 (Bone Stock)
1976 LT Black/White 305 V8 (Bone Stock) except for Cragar chrome rims (yep - #2)
1985 Z-28 Black/Black 305 L69 M5(Bone Stock) I know: slow
Originally Posted by fbodfather
CAFE STANDARDS! Get used to them or vote our electeds in Washington out of office...........