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Old 08-15-2008, 10:10 AM   #26
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If production starts Feb 16 09 then maybe 10,000 will be on lots by April 1 09. 10,000 units in 50 states is 200 per state. Not that many.
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If production starts Feb 16 09 then maybe 10,000 will be on lots by April 1 09. 10,000 units in 50 states is 200 per state. Not that many.
Wait, Rhode Island gets as many cars as California and there are none for the rest of the world?

It works out to an average of about 1-2 Camaros per dealership in that time frame, given those production numbers. That's actually quite a few, I think. But there will be a waiting list for a while, we kinda knew that. But what would be worse: having so many Camaros that they rot on the lots for months, or not being able to produce enough of them to meet the demand?
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Old 08-16-2008, 11:41 PM   #28
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I don't think so.

SS manual $29k.

SS/RS manual $32k.

Sunroof another $1k

Boston another $1k

Stripes another $500
That puts me around 33-35k..if I can walk with a loaded SS/RS with stripes and boston (can probably lose the roof) at or less then 35....I will be pleased...very pleased
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Well lets hope the SS/RS package is a little cheaper than that considering the SS already comes standard with most of what the RS package will get you in the V6 version.. My hope would be the SS manual is $28k msrp starting and $2k for the RS package.
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