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post #1 of 72 Old 11-15-2011, 08:21 AM Thread Starter
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ZL1 MSRP $54,095 What a Deal!!!!

They just announced the MSRP for the ZL1 and it's a steal

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Wonder how fast it will depreciate. Just think of what you can buy in terms of a toy in today's market. 55k is really hard to justify.

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Wonder how fast it will depreciate. Just think of what you can buy in terms of a toy in today's market. 55k is really hard to justify.
With limited production in 2012 I figure it will hold it's price quite well.

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That's not what the guy with the NM convertible said...it was limited to 75 total production....with a price of $75,000 and now he's trying to sell it for $45,000.
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Wonder how fast it will depreciate. Just think of what you can buy in terms of a toy in today's market. 55k is really hard to justify.
That is one of my concerns.


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All you have to do is look at history..... You can't touch a 1969 ZL1 for less than six figures. Granted, they were extremely limited, but I'm willing to bet that these hold their values quite well. Get back to me in about 20-30 years..... Ha Ha Ha.
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They just announced the MSRP for the ZL1 and it's a steal
I agree.......... That is a STEAL!!!
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If it concerns you, don't buy it. If you love it, buy it, and enjoy the pee out of it.

If people are buying Camaros for any other reason than their love for the car, then you're buying it for the wrong reason.

We could have bought the Cobra (shudder the thought), or we could've bought a CTS-V or a Z06 and it would have blown away the 2010 SS. It might even be worth more in the used car market. Do I know that, or moreover, do I care? No. We bought the Camaro because it's what we WANTED. I love all Camaros. And I know I just wouldn't feel right without one in the garage.

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If it concerns you, don't buy it. If you love it, buy it, and enjoy the pee out of it.

If people are buying Camaros for any other reason than their love for the car, then you're buying it for the wrong reason.

We could have bought the Cobra (shudder the thought), or we could've bought a CTS-V or a Z06 and it would have blown away the 2010 SS. It might even be worth more in the used car market. Do I know that, or moreover, do I care? No. We bought the Camaro because it's what we WANTED. I love all Camaros. And I know I just wouldn't feel right without one in the garage.
Couldn't have said it better myself......
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If you are going to buy and keep it for a few years than the depreciation fits up with your use. Just saying for that kind of dough there are many other cars you can now buy that you may enjoy more. Cars that listed for 150k or more with very low miles.

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