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Old 11-14-2013, 03:33 PM   #183
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my new addiction besides the camaro thought this setup would be good for some nice camaro videos be sure to watch in high def


http://youtu.be/9XLLorPDBP0
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Old 11-14-2013, 04:51 PM   #184
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my new addiction besides the camaro thought this setup would be good for some nice camaro videos be sure to watch in high def


http://youtu.be/9XLLorPDBP0
I too, think that would be neat! Apparently it can move around 55 MPH! Rob is going to practice driving and flying and filming at the same time!
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Old 11-14-2013, 06:30 PM   #185
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Wow, that thing is cool! Is it electric?
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Old 11-14-2013, 07:57 PM   #186
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Wow, that thing is cool! Is it electric?
Ya it's powered by 12 volt lipo batteries takes photos too here's a acreage picture I took for a client
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Old 11-14-2013, 07:58 PM   #187
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I too, think that would be neat! Apparently it can move around 55 MPH! Rob is going to practice driving and flying and filming at the same time!
Now that's distracted driving
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Old 11-14-2013, 11:30 PM   #188
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That's awesome. How long does it fly on a charge?
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Old 11-15-2013, 12:10 PM   #189
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Those things are cool! Had a client who had one and would actually fly it in his office.....

Things sure have changed, my dad used to build model planes, how we spent our weekends as kids. But they ran on gas and were sooo noisy, pretty painful to watch when they crashed!!!

Would be awesome to have out on a cruise next year!
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Old 11-20-2013, 12:12 AM   #190
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Was a greasy drive home tonight! Had to start in 2nd gear from lights and first time I've ever had the back end slide out down shifting. Was a bit nerve wracking, but still got home grinning!! Be safe, not great driving conditions!

Saw a yellow camaro out today as well!
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Old 11-20-2013, 01:02 AM   #191
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Glad you made it home safe! Can't imagine the roads out there!
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Old 11-20-2013, 10:55 PM   #192
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Was a greasy drive home tonight! Had to start in 2nd gear from lights and first time I've ever had the back end slide out down shifting. Was a bit nerve wracking, but still got home grinning!! Be safe, not great driving conditions!

Saw a yellow camaro out today as well!
The lights are what get me too, the worst part is the guys in trucks giggling before they rip off in 4x4 because they know I can't beat them for once lol
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Old 11-24-2013, 07:20 AM   #193
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my new addiction besides the camaro thought this setup would be good for some nice camaro videos be sure to watch in high def


http://youtu.be/9XLLorPDBP0
I'd love to have a video from that following my (or yours, excellent choice on colour btw!) Camaro for a daily commute but it would definitely be too risky to ever co-ordinate. That is one thing about owning a SGM Camaro (or Camaro in general) as much fun as it is to drive it's the view on-seekers see that we don't get to see to often that I miss. Seeing the car in motion from outside the car that is. Of course I get that when a spot another 5th Gen on the road. Quite a few in Ottawa since it is no longer 2010 however most like mine have entered hibernation. The mustang and challenger crowd have stuck it out longer from what I have noticed.

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The lights are what get me too, the worst part is the guys in trucks giggling before they rip off in 4x4 because they know I can't beat them for once lol
My 4x4 is a POS I don't think I could ever giggle at a Camaro owner as I would be in awe. You'd still take me as others behind me give me the horn because I forgot to press the gas while I watch your cars taillights in front of me.

Oh for those wondering why this Ottawa guy is in the Calgary thread! It's usually my December home to see family for the holidays but seeing as I bought my Camaro this year I don't think I'll be making it out for the Holidays :(.
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Old 11-24-2013, 11:27 AM   #194
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My 4x4 is a POS I don't think I could ever giggle at a Camaro owner as I would be in awe. You'd still take me as others behind me give me the horn because I forgot to press the gas while I watch your cars taillights in front of me.

Oh for those wondering why this Ottawa guy is in the Calgary thread! It's usually my December home to see family for the holidays but seeing as I bought my Camaro this year I don't think I'll be making it out for the Holidays :(.
I'm not overly concerned about the 4x4's in the winter. When conditions are bad, it drives me crazy that I actually get passed driving slower in the middle lane, but it's usually only a day or 2, then the roads are dry and back to normal. I've been waiting for the snow to melt enough to make sense to wash mine....embarrassing how dirty she is!
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Old 11-24-2013, 11:54 AM   #195
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I might take mine out for a drive today and probably a rinse afterwards!
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Old 11-24-2013, 12:34 PM   #196
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I might take mine out for a drive today and probably a rinse afterwards!
Beautiful day today for a drive! Problem with a rinse I'd the side streets are still mucky and wet, by the time you get home, car has crap all over it again....hopefully this lasts a few more days and mine can get a good wash!
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