I guess it all depends on WHICH pre-production Camoro one it looking. The
first was, like the Caddie sports car, built a corvette chassis/frame.
The one on display at the recent auto shows was build on a Holden. The
Camoro they are actually building is on a version of that RWD Holden
chasses. Similar to what Ford did with the basic chassis used to make the
Jaguar "S," Lincoln LS, the last Thunderbird and the current Mustang, all of
which are "different" in most respects
It could stand to be toned down a bit, imho. And the back is pretty
ugly, and the front is a little high.
In a way, I kinda wished they kept it dead. The only good Camaros were
the first generation.
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