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2cnd chance 06-04-2018 05:12 PM

Yeah that was a pretty rough hit. It appears he was still turning when he got on it.

Bhobbs 06-07-2018 01:13 PM

Is the 7th gen Camaro going to be a 2021 model year or 2022?

DGthe3 06-07-2018 01:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Bhobbs (Post 10211175)
Is the 7th gen Camaro going to be a 2021 model year or 2022?

2019s are going into production right about now, so I'd bet against the 2021 models being a new generation. Plus, I think the CT5 is scheduled to be a 2020 model with the CT4 being a 2021. It would make sense for the next Camaro to slot in the following year (assuming its built on the same platform as those cars). That way, the line workers don't have too many new things to deal with at the same time. I think thats how it went with the ATS, CTS, and 6th gen -start them up sequentially rather than at the same time.

2cnd chance 06-15-2018 02:20 PM

Any idea on how the new redesigned SS Camaro is selling?

DGthe3 06-15-2018 03:41 PM

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Originally Posted by 2cnd chance (Post 10219254)
Any idea on how the new redesigned SS Camaro is selling?

I don't think they've started building them yet. Normal model year change over is right about this time but I think I saw its a bit later for the 2019 Camaro (like August). Even then, it will still be a couple months before dealer inventories get filled up. So they won't be arriving at lots until September at the earliest. And since GM is doing quarterly sales reporting now, we won't have any idea until the Q4 2018 report is released in early January. But that will still have a mix of old 2018s and new 2019s, at least early on. Q1 2019 should be pretty much 'pure' refresh though.


So, ask again in ~10 months.

2cnd chance 06-15-2018 07:34 PM

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Originally Posted by DGthe3 (Post 10219344)
I don't think they've started building them yet. Normal model year change over is right about this time but I think I saw its a bit later for the 2019 Camaro (like August). Even then, it will still be a couple months before dealer inventories get filled up. So they won't be arriving at lots until September at the earliest. And since GM is doing quarterly sales reporting now, we won't have any idea until the Q4 2018 report is released in early January. But that will still have a mix of old 2018s and new 2019s, at least early on. Q1 2019 should be pretty much 'pure' refresh though.


So, ask again in ~10 months.

Thanks for the heads up!

Mr. Wyndham 06-17-2018 01:16 PM

What do you think, House? Did I do the "Z" proud?

2cnd chance 06-17-2018 02:36 PM

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Originally Posted by Mr. Wyndham (Post 10220775)
What do you think, House? Did I do the "Z" proud?

Iím assuming the logo? Very cool!

Mr. Wyndham 06-17-2018 05:56 PM

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Originally Posted by 2cnd chance (Post 10220830)
I’m assuming the logo? Very cool!

Oh hell, no...forgot to put in the link...


https://youtube.com/watch?v=8zNYMR1tIwE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8zNYMR1tIwE

DGthe3 06-17-2018 11:39 PM

Mr Dragoneye Wyndham, without knowing what sort of times to expect out of enthusiastic amateurs in kickass cars at mid Ohio ... I can't really say if you did folks proud or not.

But you probably brought great shame upon everyone who ever has, or ever will know you or your descendants. The folly of this endeavour will be known for decades to come. With this single act, you have doomed hundreds of thousands, if not millions, to ridicule for countless years to come. For shame.


Well, that or you done good. Either or. :iono:

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Originally Posted by DGthe3 (Post 10219344)
I don't think they've started building them yet. Normal model year change over is right about this time but I think I saw its a bit later for the 2019 Camaro (like August). Even then, it will still be a couple months before dealer inventories get filled up. So they won't be arriving at lots until September at the earliest. And since GM is doing quarterly sales reporting now, we won't have any idea until the Q4 2018 report is released in early January. But that will still have a mix of old 2018s and new 2019s, at least early on. Q1 2019 should be pretty much 'pure' refresh though.


So, ask again in ~10 months.

After re-reading this, and remembering something similar that I said about the Silverado ... I am increasingly convinced that this is the actual intent of the move to quarterly reporting vs monthly: make it harder to parse out specific ups & downs with model changes.

2cnd chance 06-18-2018 05:48 PM

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Originally Posted by Mr. Wyndham (Post 10220949)
Oh hell, no...forgot to put in the link...


https://youtube.com/watch?v=8zNYMR1tIwE

:thumb:

Number 3 06-24-2018 09:00 AM

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Originally Posted by Mr. Wyndham (Post 10220949)
Oh hell, no...forgot to put in the link...


https://youtube.com/watch?v=8zNYMR1tIwE

A lot of wind noise above 100 ;)

mlee 06-24-2018 10:18 AM

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Originally Posted by Number 3 (Post 10228500)
A lot of wind noise above 100 ;)

That's been one of the knocks on PDR. Windows down on the road track it gets bad over 100.

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Originally Posted by 2cnd chance (Post 10219518)
Thanks for the heads up!

2019 Ordering started June 21st and production starts Aug 20th. Maybe Labor Day weekend for the 1st ones with close delivery.

Mr. Wyndham 06-24-2018 01:00 PM

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Originally Posted by Number 3 (Post 10228500)
A lot of wind noise above 100 ;)

It's a tough life breaking the sound barrier. :pound::pound:


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