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Old 12-06-2012, 02:54 PM
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So classic....I can't stop laughing. If you wanted a camero, you would have gone out and bought one Sometimes it takes riding in lesser to appreciate what you have!
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Originally Posted by panellax2 View Post
So classic....I can't stop laughing. If you wanted a camero, you would have gone out and bought one Sometimes it takes riding in lesser to appreciate what you have!
I had never driven one before, so I was interested in trying it after owning the Challenger. I was completely underwhelmed. The interior is cheap and plastic looking, and the AC/AUDIO control center looks a 1980's Boom Box.

At speed, the ****pit was noisy and I could hear distinct rattles when going over small bumps.

I can only render one positive and even that is out in left field. The 6 cylinder engine combined with the quasi-manual flipper thingy was more robust than I expected, with a slightly pleasant surge in power higher up on the tachometer.
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