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Old 10-14-2014, 03:22 PM   #1
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Now available for Camaros: Travel Buddy Cup Holders!!

Travel Buddy Cup Holders for the Camaro

We’ve seen these a bunch of times in various GM cars and now they’re available for Camaros too: Travel Buddy Cup Holders!
This dual cup holder is designed to look as good as it functions in your limited space interior! Available for both front and rear areas of the car.

The pressure-fit Travel Buddy simply slips into place with no messy adhesive or drilling modifications required. The Travel Buddy installs in two seconds.
•Available for both the front and the rear of your Camaro
•No messy tape or screws or tools required
•Can be used by driver or passengers
•Can hold up to 2- 24 oz. drinks
•Nestles into easy-to-access existing locations
•Looks like an OEM option

ONLY Available in Ebony(black).





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Travel Buddy Cup Holders for Camaro Front Seats

And

Travel Buddy Cup Holders for Camaro Rear Seats
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Old 12-01-2014, 08:22 PM   #2
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I'm curious about the side passenger ones. The hole idea sounds good to me as I'm always looking for extra room for coffee cups when buying a few..
Does the way it mount secure the holder firmly so when putting in two full cups in doesn't bend or fall out? Also does the way it mount ruin or warp the plastic? How exactly does mount? From one of the pictures I've seen it looks like it goes under the passenger mat? Kind of weird if so.....
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Old 12-01-2014, 08:26 PM   #3
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I'm curious about the side passenger ones. The hole idea sounds good to me as I'm always looking for extra room for coffee cups when buying a few..
Does the way it mount secure the holder firmly so when putting in two full cups in doesn't bend or fall out? Also does the way it mount ruin or warp the plastic? How exactly does mount? From one of the pictures I've seen it looks like it goes under the passenger mat? Kind of weird if so.....

Yes it secures very well. Have had mine for 2+ years and have used it with a variety of bottles / drinks




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Old 12-01-2014, 08:29 PM   #4
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Awesome man... that was a quick and awesome detailed reply..

And a pic... thanks!!

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Old 12-01-2014, 09:16 PM   #5
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I didnt fully answer sorry, there is a plastic piece that is part of the cup holder the slides under the center console trim. It's hidden. The only downside which doesn't bother me is you can't move the seat all the way up.


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Old 12-01-2014, 11:45 PM   #6
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I didnt fully answer sorry, there is a plastic piece that is part of the cup holder the slides under the center console trim. It's hidden. The only downside which doesn't bother me is you can't move the seat all the way up.


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Thanks man I appreciate your help with this. I just ordered one. Got 20 percent off and free shipping for cyber Monday.
I'll have to wait till the dreaded winter passes though to fully try it out.

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Old 12-02-2014, 04:30 AM   #7
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That's a great price unpaid over $50 for mine when they first came out, still worth it though


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Old 12-02-2014, 06:16 AM   #8
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I didnt fully answer sorry, there is a plastic piece that is part of the cup holder the slides under the center console trim. It's hidden. The only downside which doesn't bother me is you can't move the seat all the way up.


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Nice!! How does it affect legroom in the front seat?
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I got one about a month ago love it great add. I also got a piece that fits in where OEM cup holders are to make that an armrest much better ergonomics for a stick shift car. My wife has no problem with it but she is 4'10 105 lbs. A big guy may have it against his leg but it slides front to back easy enough and can be pulled out and put back in in 15 seconds if its a real problem for a passenger.
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Nice!! How does it affect legroom in the front seat?

I rarely have a passenger (my son rides in the back) but when my wife rides in it she has no problem. She is 5ft 10.




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Old 12-16-2014, 08:07 AM   #11
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Old 12-28-2014, 04:53 AM   #12
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I got one about a month ago love it great add. I also got a piece that fits in where OEM cup holders are to make that an armrest much better ergonomics for a stick shift car. My wife has no problem with it but she is 4'10 105 lbs. A big guy may have it against his leg but it slides front to back easy enough and can be pulled out and put back in in 15 seconds if its a real problem for a passenger.
can i ask what piece was that ?
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this is perfect.. cant stand having drinks in the stock cup holders because it gets in the way of shifting the m6
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