: 2002-1969 Camaro



MauiV
05-30-08, 11:39 PM
http://www.londonautosales.net/index.php?fn=catalog.detail&pid=GERALD2

I saw this car at a local metalworks last week and I have to say this is a Camaro I would own. Since I dont like the post 69 bodies but love the safety and ammenities of a modern car this solves the problem.

In person this car looks GREAT. The windshield has a bit to much slope and the interior is 2002 GM/Rubbermaid/FisherPrice but its still livable.

Rolex
05-31-08, 12:42 AM
The proportions of the vehicle aren't pleasing to me. It just doesn't look "right". I'm just sayin':(

MauiV
05-31-08, 12:48 AM
Like I said, pictures dont do tis car any kind of justice. The color is much better, the lines are much better and the only thing "off" is the windshield. Once I figure out how much scholarship my wife is getting and the cost of med school this could be my next toy.

The company is currently building 1 a month but have plans of getting it to 1 a week.

hueterm
05-31-08, 01:11 PM
I'd just wait for the new Camaro... That thing can't be cheap, and would that extensive of body work hold up long term?

MauiV
05-31-08, 10:50 PM
I'd just wait for the new Camaro... That thing can't be cheap, and would that extensive of body work hold up long term?

$40k is the rumor.

The new Camaro is OK, better than the last 30+ years but still not a 69.

Eric Kahn
05-31-08, 11:00 PM
Windshield angle really throws off the look of the car

Destroyer
06-01-08, 02:36 AM
Windshield angle really throws off the look of the carThere is no mistaking what this car was. $40k for a 2002 Camaro with a rebuilt title and different sheet metal is ridiculous. The car does look "off", not only the windshield but the whole top and doors as well. I kinda like it and I kinda think its cool but I'd rather have an '08 Challenger SRT or new Z28 for the money.

thefred
06-02-08, 09:22 PM
You really want to see something? How about a 2007-1969 Camaro......All the new technology in the old (new) body......
http://www.volocars.com/1969-chevrolet-camaro--c-322.htm

Rolex
06-02-08, 09:26 PM
You really want to see something? How about a 2007-1969 Camaro......All the new technology in the old (new) body......
http://www.volocars.com/1969-chevrolet-camaro--c-322.htm

That's the stuff. :D


GIVE THIS CAR THE RELIABILITY AND PERFORMANCE OF A NEW CORVETTE. 0-60 IN 5.27 SECONDS ON PUMP GAS WITH A GAS MILEAGE RATING OF 28 MPH HIGHWAY. TESTED AT SPEED OF 150 MPH.

MauiV
06-02-08, 09:30 PM
And a $50k difference.

LS1Mike
06-02-08, 10:16 PM
While that is a great looking car that is a carzy price for it. You get an LS2 coupled to a 4L60E with a 12 bolt, might as well get a 4th gen, GTO or Vette and save 40,000 to 60,000 bucks. Then put a 408 iron block in whatever you get with twin turbos and a Ford 9 inch and still buy 10 hookers for the week.