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Old 02-23-2009, 06:46 PM   #1
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2009 GMPP Catalog features 5th Gen Camaro Accessories

GMPP 2009 Catalog

Skip to page 322 for the 5th Gen Camaro section...

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Old 02-23-2009, 07:03 PM   #3
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damn... i always do that....
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I like how on page 74 of the brochure, the page with the LSA engine (engine in the cadillac CTS-V), under possible applications it says "build your own Z-28 Camaro".

Is this proof that GM was thinking of making the Z-28 Camaro with this engine?
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damn... i always do that....
I missed it the first time thanks
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Old 02-23-2009, 07:39 PM   #6
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I like how on page 74 of the brochure, the page with the LSA engine (engine in the cadillac CTS-V), under possible applications it says "build your own Z-28 Camaro".

Is this proof that GM was thinking of making the Z-28 Camaro with this engine?
Notice the fine print under the "Possible Applications"

*Applications have not been validated.
They are merely suggestions of how you
might enjoy your GM Performance Parts
crate engine.
Some applications may affect
engine warranty. See page 352 for specific
warranty information. Some applications
may not be emission-legal; check state and
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I like how on page 74 of the brochure, the page with the LSA engine (engine in the cadillac CTS-V), under possible applications it says "build your own Z-28 Camaro".

Is this proof that GM was thinking of making the Z-28 Camaro with this engine?
no. it's a way to get you to want to buy a crate engine and void or significantly shorten your drivetrain warranty
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