Originally Posted by Taser Deployed
The Z/28 is definitely a beast of a car but it's not worth the money (which is going to be north of 60K) to me when compared to my ZL1. I know me and I would enjoy it for about a month and then I would be b*tching about not having a radio and comparing the rough ride to the smooth ride in my Z. Having AC would be no question living in South Louisiana. The ZL1 crowd and Z/28 crowd are going to be as different as night and day IMO.
Different facial expressions too.
ZL1 guys will be smiling while driving their lambo Killers, while Z28 owners will stare at theirs in the garage and imagine it going fast at a track. - but they will know they are better than the ZL1 guys.
Or, the Zl1 guys will be laughing light to light, as the Z28 guy sulks because his "king camaro" can't keep up with a ZL1 - But, he will know his Z28 is really the faster car.
Or, the ZL1 guys will smile ear to ear as they get huge power increases from simply bolt ons, while Z28 guys scratch their brows and wonder why, $8000 in mods later, their car is not any faster. ( I have put many bolt ons to a LS7 engine, not much more power until you get inside the motor - or put a blower on it...)
More and more, I cannot wait to see these overpriced, under equipped, lightened but still really heavy, slower camaros on the road.
1995 Trans-Am, 1995 Suzuki RF-600,
1989 Jetta GLI, 1993 Yamaha FZR600, 1985 honda Civic S,
1998 Grand Prix GP, 1997 Marauder 800, 2001 Yamaha YZF-R1, 2002 Yamaha YZF-R1, 1992 300ZX TTw/garrett td06 TT kit
, 2001 Yamaha R6,
1993 Corvette, 2005 Honda RC51,
2005 G35, 1998 Nissan Altima, 2003 Volvo S80 T6, 2005 Mustang GT, 2008 Lexus IS 350, 1980 corvette hotrod - still have,
1994 corvette, convertible 1997, BMW Z3, 2005 ZX-10R, 2006 Corvette Z06
, 2009 M3 DCT convertible, 2011 BMW 328i, 2003 Infiniti FX35 - still have, 2009 M3 DCT
, 2013 Camaro ZL1 - still have