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Milkdudd 05-12-2013 02:34 AM

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Originally Posted by mcsoul (Post 6495335)
The rear diffuser goes up too high.
http://www.camaro5.com/forums/attach...9&d=1367344341

Has anyone considered painting the diffuser to match the color of the car? Or the top six inches or so of it. I'd paint down to the first "bend line" below the license plate recess. Also, I would consider a.....Wusstang-like filler plate to fill the license plate recess made of dark smoked plexiglass or something. Can someone photoshop this idea?

el ess A 05-12-2013 03:53 AM

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Originally Posted by cbass (Post 6492668)
Makes a 2013 1LE very rare. The 1LE was produced in the 2010-2013 body style for only one year and to top it off it was a late introduction in the model year.

Depends on what happens...if they limit the '14 1LE, or if people don't like it so well as to limit the number needed, then the '14 might be the last of the 1LE, being dropped for '15, and then the '14 would be a one-year only design and be more rare in comparison to the '13. I think there will be more '14's purchased by the "haters" than they'll let on, though.

So until it does/doesn't happen, just keep on rationalizing why you love last year's news.

I recall those "ugly as sin" (according to some) 98-02 4th gens usually are worth more than most 97's and the 97's were technically a one-year only refresh (taillights), too. So the so-called rarity in appearance may not really mean squat once the '14 populations increase. But then again, you may be right. As always, time will tell.

Bosse'sBoss 05-12-2013 09:17 AM

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Originally Posted by 2cnd chance (Post 6508505)
The 2010-2013 rear and lights will fit fine on the 2014.

Are you sure? That will be great, if not I will tint them black. Also I dont like the new rear diffuser, you can see all the underside, I prefeer the prior difusser. Front & hood looks great!!

Bosse'sBoss 05-12-2013 09:30 AM

Also think that the new rear spoiler looks better.. silver ice looks great.
I never heard any complaint over the stock camaro seats, I wonder if I really should get those recaros for track usage ?

Milkdudd 05-12-2013 12:27 PM

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Originally Posted by 2cnd chance (Post 6508505)
The 2010-2013 rear and lights will fit fine on the 2014.

You would also have to replace the trunk lid and spoiler.

Demon Z/28 05-12-2013 12:38 PM

Wow !

2cnd chance 05-12-2013 01:19 PM

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Originally Posted by Milkdudd (Post 6534666)
You would also have to replace the trunk lid and spoiler.

Yes, I like them (Z/28's) better as well.

JJKJ 05-13-2013 01:01 PM

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Originally Posted by el ess X (Post 6533798)
Depends on what happens...if they limit the '14 1LE, or if people don't like it so well as to limit the number needed, then the '14 might be the last of the 1LE, being dropped for '15, and then the '14 would be a one-year only design and be more rare in comparison to the '13. I think there will be more '14's purchased by the "haters" than they'll let on, though.

So until it does/doesn't happen, just keep on rationalizing why you love last year's news.

I recall those "ugly as sin" (according to some) 98-02 4th gens usually are worth more than most 97's and the 97's were technically a one-year only refresh (taillights), too. So the so-called rarity in appearance may not really mean squat once the '14 populations increase. But then again, you may be right. As always, time will tell.

The only reason the 98-02s are worth more is because they have the LS1 instead of the LT1. In my opinion, give me a 93-97 with a LS1 and I'd prefer that over the guppy mouthed 98-02 (although I did own an '02).

If the LT-1 makes it into the 5th gen, then of course there will be considerable depreciation of the LS3 cars. As long as the differences are only aesthetic, value and preference will come down to personal taste.

slick rick 05-14-2013 01:42 PM

So it DOES get a front splitter?

pic taken from http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=295447

http://www.camaro5.com/forums/attach...1&d=1368556110
http://www.camaro5.com/forums/attach...9&d=1368556295

Al C. 05-14-2013 01:51 PM

Front end looks nasty, very agressive!! I like!! :headbang:
Ass end still looks ugly:thumbdown:

PYROLYSIS 05-14-2013 02:04 PM

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Originally Posted by slick rick (Post 6542863)

I'm so glad there's a front splitter. I was worried when it wasn't in the description and wasn't on the silver 2014 1LE. These pics just made my day. :headbang:

Casperadub70 05-14-2013 03:01 PM

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Originally Posted by PYROLYSIS (Post 6542955)
These pics just made my day. :headbang:

Ditto

Dynabyte 05-14-2013 03:08 PM

Sweet pics - and that front splitter looks great! Non-RS is the way to go - the grille is aggressive. In one of the pics from the other thread, it looks like the 1LE spoiler gets the matte-black treatment as well. Very cool -

el ess A 05-14-2013 03:19 PM

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Originally Posted by JJKJ (Post 6538343)
In my opinion, give me a 93-97 with a LS1 and I'd prefer that over the guppy mouthed 98-02 (although I did own an '02).

Then my point was made. You didn't exactly like the looks of the 02, but you at least admitted to owning one. So the "ugly" wasn't ugly enough to keep you from buying one eventually, regardless of the engine choices. I admit too that the 98's look at first blush was "wtf?" but when I saw one in person, it wasn't as bad as I first thought.

So my point stands, and it would be interesting to see a "It's too ugly- I'll never own one" list today for the '14s and then compare who's on that list 12 months from now and see if they hold true to their word. I'd bet there'd be more than one person to change their opinion.


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