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Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by Lowend, Jun 25, 2019.
From GM Authority:
I believe that carbuzz is the source of said report citing unnamed sources...
So in a round about way they are saying the Camry is done.
Whether this is true or not, you can't deny it's good publicity and free is the best kind.
I really had the itch for a used 2013 ZL1 a while back, but I think I would have ended up with buyer's remorse. The car has got some good looking attributes and awesome power, but I'm really ready for a design change. More European styling, like the early 2nd gen.
I’m actually into the Charger, these cars are just too small. I know people like the performance aspect but for everyday use it’s not practical.
So if this actually pans out, then by ~2030, I pretty much won't be seeing Camaros on the road any more.
These days, I see pretty much zero 3rd gens, and very rarely even a 4th gen. The ones I do see are so ratty, they're probably barely being kept alive.
Even the early 2010-ish Camaros are becoming rare to see (as opposed to just ~5 years ago when they were still all over the place).
Not sure if this is just a SoCal area thing....
Can we interest you guys in a mid-engine Corvette instead?
Such a predictable thread. the haters gonna hate and the lovers gonna love, and never shall they find common ground. I could have created 80% of this thread before anyone even posted lol.
I see more and more 6 gens all the time. I see plenty of 5th gens and 4th gens being daily driven.
I'm seeing more 3rd gens at cruise nights. Those cars are at best 27 years old so im not sure why not seeing them being daily driven is odd.
Yeah I'm referring more to daily drivers than cruise night. I do see some nice third gens at cruise nights some times.
Good, they're too fugly anyways. If they would have retro'd the 69 or 70-73 then it would have been different. I guess the prices will be booming in a few yrs.