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Old 01-18-2009, 10:13 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by t3chfr3ak View Post
You know, I love this car and soon to be my car, but nowadays there is no such thing as a car becoming a classic. The problem is with massive production. This is going to end up like any other modern car out there. Its going to be driven like any other car until dead. Cars today just arent built the same way and in the same low numbers as before. "Rare" is a rare word to use.
The 5th gen will be built in way lower numbers than the 1st gens were. In 1969 there were 35k SS's built and 20k Z28's. GM will do well to sell 25k SS's for 2010. And considering the massive growth of auto sales, 25k SS's today represents a much smaller market share than 35k did in 1969.
Note, if I've gotten any facts wrong in the above, just ignore any points I made with them
Originally Posted by FbodFather
My sister's dentist's brother's cousin's housekeeper's dog-breeder's nephew sells coffee filters to the company that provides coffee to General Motors......
........and HE WOULD KNOW!!!!

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