Websites and binary news groups are for picture files. Some people here
take it very seriously.
Third gens when off the pavement with 16 inch tires have very little
traction. I had to move my 85 once when the driveway had some ice and snow
on it. Had to get a roll back wrecker to the garage door. She went down hill
just fine. Took 15 minutes to get her back up in to the garage.
I'd have to agree... last winter I had the Formula out.. and went to a
movie... came out.. the pavement was glare ice.. we got in.. I barely
touched it and it spun for a couple minutes.. I was wondering what I
should do.. a friend got out and literally pushed it sideways with one had
to dry pavement and we took off. :)
1985 Blue Camaro 2.8L w/T-tops (150k and going... getting worried)
1988 Blue Firebird Formula 5.0L w/T-tops
1985 Brown Firebird 5.7L w/5-Speed (No T-tops though)
Still looking for an '82-'84 T/A w/T-tops or parts from one
I had to drive my T/A in the rain once. After having the front end plow
on every turn or curve, and the rear tires light up at whim, I decided she's
a sun shine only ride. Well unless I take her cross country when I get her
back in shape.
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