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post #1 of 137 Old 10-05-2010, 06:25 PM Thread Starter
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trade in your SS for a z-28?

i know i just bought my SS and i love it but i am already looking at trading it in for the z-28 whenever that comes out(if it does that is..) i see the z-28 as more of a collectible and ive always loved them more..anyone else thinking of doing that?

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post #2 of 137 Old 10-05-2010, 06:31 PM
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No friggin' way. If we get a Z, first, it'll be a convertible, and 2nd, it'll just be another stable addition.

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probably not...gonna be a bit pricey I have a feeling. If I want more power I'll buy a supercharger. I don't really care about it being collectible.

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remember that the SS camaro will be a more collectible than the z28 because it was the first car back on the market so i will not be trading in my 2ss/rs m6 in for one.

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'collectibility' should not be a reason for doing so. buy/drive what YOU want to drive

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well then...lol know a way i can make 30k by next summer legally? lol

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If I would have kept my 68 SS/RS it would be considered a collectable. (40 years later) Right? If the new camaro was to be come a collectable in 40 years. Well. At 52+ I'm pretty sure I'll be dead by then. So, I gonna drive it and have some fun with it. And if theirs still gas in 40 years. My great grandson will have a blast.

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If I would have kept my 68 SS/RS it would be considered a collectable. (40 years later) Right? If the new camaro was to be come a collectable in 40 years. Well. At 52+ I'm pretty sure I'll be dead by then. So, I gonna drive it and have some fun with it. And if theirs still gas in 40 years. My great grandson will have a blast.
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If I would have kept my 68 SS/RS it would be considered a collectable. (40 years later) Right? If the new camaro was to be come a collectable in 40 years. Well. At 52+ I'm pretty sure I'll be dead by then. So, I gonna drive it and have some fun with it. And if theirs still gas in 40 years. My great grandson will have a blast.
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