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Old 12-13-2007, 08:35 PM   #141
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Nice Work, Scott

Lookin' good! Can't wait to add one to the garage...
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Old 12-13-2007, 08:38 PM   #142
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Sooooooooooooo--- if you're loving the view out of your 70 SS (which looks killer by the way ....) you're gonna love the Camaro!
Words cannot express how much I love the view out the front window of my Chevelle. Few things in life make my heart pound in my chest or swell with pride, than when I'm looking out over my cowl induction hood while stepping on the accelerator and listening to 454 cubic inches of raw power from GM's glory days.

So I gotta tell ya, if I didn't know what the Camaro looked like, I'd buy it on your statement alone: "If you're loving the view out of your 70 SS, you're gonna love the Camaro!" I'm guessing then that the view from the driver's seat in the new Camaro looking out over that cowl hood must present a sense of deja vu to anyone who's ever been fortunate to drive a '69 Camaro SS (or Z/28). Sold!
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Old 12-13-2007, 08:47 PM   #143
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Words cannot express how much I love the view out the front window of my Chevelle. Few things in life make my heart pound in my chest or swell with pride, than when I'm looking out over my cowl induction hood while stepping on the accelerator and listening to 454 cubic inches of raw power from GM's glory days.

So I gotta tell ya, if I didn't know what the Camaro looked like, I'd buy it on your statement alone: "If you're loving the view out of your 70 SS, you're gonna love the Camaro!" I'm guessing then that the view from the driver's seat in the new Camaro looking out over that cowl hood must present a sense of deja vu to anyone who's ever been fortunate to drive a '69 Camaro SS (or Z/28). Sold!
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Old 12-13-2007, 08:59 PM   #144
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My only criticism is that the side appears very flat and boring. Perhaps it is only because it is painted white? I'm sure a metallic color would add depth.
I thought the same thing, it looks like the Dodge Charger from the side
the car seems taller, I might have to get a lowering kit.
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Old 12-13-2007, 09:18 PM   #145
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Old 12-13-2007, 09:32 PM   #146
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;..@#)(*@# i want this car now damnit.. cmon GM
Indeed!! It seems so far away till we can all get one but damn it's fun to keep looking at the pictures and get excited for any tidbit of info you can find in the meantime.
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Old 12-13-2007, 10:43 PM   #147
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Those side vents in front of the rear tire look great on the concept but I'm just not seeing them on these pics. I hope that they are there just maybe concealed well. I'll have a hard time plopping down $$$$$$$ if its not real close to the concept.
The vents in front of the rear tires are there. But they aren't 'cut thru'. They appear to just be indentations. That's actually not something that's very important to me.

In general even the bad pics look 'real close' to the concept... I'm not sure how you see otherwise.
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Old 12-13-2007, 11:01 PM   #148
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Well it looks like i may be getting mine as a graduation present I start school (Yes yes late i know) Jan 7th for 3 years. So I'll treat myself to my Camaro as a graduation present, to myself
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Old 12-13-2007, 11:47 PM   #149
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Respectfully,

I'm guessing you are not inclined to address this...
I believe it was acknowledged several months ago that the roofline would have to be raised a little bit over the concept's roofline to be able to allow drivers over 6'1" or so to sit comfortably in the car... but the raised roofline was about 1.3" taller, or something to that effect.



I love the way the car looks, even with the body coverings on... but, then again, I'm really good at seeing what I need to see under the coverings... been staring at those kinds of pics for a VERY long time... so I can see things that I just cannot rationalize to others.

and, honestly, GM had me at CAMARO.
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Old 12-13-2007, 11:57 PM   #150
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As we can all tell it's Christmas here. :P I won't pass judgement until I see actual finished and painted pictures and definitely specs. Thanks Scott for your words of wisdom! We always love hearing from you! As for me, I decided that I didn't want to stay here in Iraq that much longer and won't do a full year here, so I may not be able to buy the new Camaro with my check card, but I will definitely be getting it anyways. Even if I have to rob a bank. :P
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Old 12-13-2007, 11:59 PM   #151
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I believe it was acknowledged several months ago that the roofline would have to be raised a little bit over the concept's roofline to be able to allow drivers over 6'1" or so to sit comfortably in the car... but the raised roofline was about 1.3" taller, or something to that effect.
Where did you hear this??? I'm 6'5" and hoping and praying that it will be a "perfect fit", otherwise I'll be sorely disappointed.
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Old 12-14-2007, 12:09 AM   #152
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I remember it too. Don't know who said it. I think it was scott with some random info that he was able to reveal to us. We had an "official changes from concept to production vehicle" thread named something like "What we know". Scott commented on what was wrong with the list we had. He only named a few because most were from credible and correct sources. He just pointed out what wasn't fact

EDIT: I thiunk DGthe3 started it.
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Old 12-14-2007, 12:19 AM   #153
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The new Camaro has a very sexy cool look. This car will single handedly set off an enormously new mid life crisis for a lot of older men. Give me mine in black on black please.
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Old 12-14-2007, 02:01 AM   #154
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Thought you guys might appreciate a little speculative photoshop work..grill's taking a little more time and patience than i have right now..

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