Originally Posted by lbls1
Chevy hesitated rightly because the Z/28 by heritage was a naturally aspirated car with modest amenities.
It is the end decision that raises questions with me. While its not a perfect world, and whereas both cars are fantastic, I'm still left with a few more things desired.
Oh you're not nearly alone in this one! The Z/28 guys want to haggle about how they made it the ultimate camaro and that ppl are pissed with the way GM handled things, but ill bet many here would choose a drag strip monster over a Z/28 if it was made. Everyone I know in my state that race, it's at the strip. So why the hell would I want a track star? All I wanted was a stripped out street legal drag strip muscle beast naturally aspirated a step above the SS. If I felt the need, then I would add the supercharger, twin turbos or bottle.