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Old 10-31-2009, 10:04 AM   #1
IROCZANE
 
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Anybody else thinking about selling their 3rd Gen to buy a 5th Gen?

I've had my '89 all original 29K mile IROC for several years now- I bought it when I used to live in rural Ohio but have since moved to metro Columbus...

I don't drive it as often as I used to but is great fun to drive on a nice day or take on a senic weekend drive... However I've had my eye on the new 5th gens for quite some time and I think I'm ready buy one as my daily driver.

I'd love to keep my IROC when I buy the new Camaro but I'm also not Donald Trump and know that selling it would make a nice down payment and go a long way toward reducing my monthly payments...

My question to any of you in the know or who are in a similar situation - would it be worthwhile to hold on to my IROC as it might become a classic and appreciate in value in the coming years, or sell it and put it all on a down payment for a new SS?
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