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Here ya go...

Berger Camaro


...and the Dick Harrell Camaro


To answer your question, I think it's a little early for hi-po dealer prepped 2010 Camaros to be advertised. Not to say it won't happen, but give it some time.
 

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I was At Berger Chevy Yesterday Having some service Down to the Z and Decided to head into the Show Room and Poke Around,What I got out of it was If theres gonna Be one built It probably wont Be a 2010 Then they Threw Me a Smile.....So Who knows.
 

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So I'm not as familiar with the Berger GMMG Camaros aside from seeing them occassionally in hotrod magazines. I take it that they are kind of like an aftermarket shelby-esque type of car? What kind of $$ would we be talking if they did a Camaro this year, I'm talking guessing based on what they did in the past?
 

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GMMG made different stages. With the LS1 motor they started around 385 hp and went up to 600 hp, I think the 600 hp motor was an LS6 block bored to a 427 ci. or maybe it was the C5R block, cant remember. I'm only about 10 minutes from GMMG. May try and get by there to see what Matt has to say.
As far price went for the 4th gen, the Dick Harrell camaro went for around $130,000. It almost was an all out race car with roll cage, 12 bolt and the wide body fenders with 345 or 325 rear tires..
Berger's went for around $40,000 depending on what stage you wanted.

If all fells, I will stick a nice lumpy cam in with a set of headers and take it and have it dyno tuned.
 

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GMMG made different stages. With the LS1 motor they started around 385 hp and went up to 600 hp, I think the 600 hp motor was an LS6 block bored to a 427 ci. or maybe it was the C5R block, cant remember. I'm only about 10 minutes from GMMG. May try and get by there to see what Matt has to say.
As far price went for the 4th gen, the Dick Harrell camaro went for around $130,000. It almost was an all out race car with roll cage, 12 bolt and the wide body fenders with 345 or 325 rear tires..
Berger's went for around $40,000 depending on what stage you wanted.

If all fells, I will stick a nice lumpy cam in with a set of headers and take it and have it dyno tuned.
Sweet, thanks for the info, just didn't know, assuming they make them, if a Berger Camaro would end up being a better buy because of everything I would like to do to the car, I wouldn't buy a $100K car, but if it were an extra 5K-10K over an RS/SS and had more of the features I was planning on doing anyways, I would seriously consider it.
 

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The pics were taken at the Atlanta F Body Gathering. Not sure who ownes the 2nd Gen camaro.
The Atlanta F Body Gathering is held every year on Memorial day weekend.
If anybody is interested.
 

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Motion Performance (formerly Baldwin/Motion) and Nickey Chicago (formerly Nickey Chevrolet) have both posted on their websites that they will be doing a fifth gen. version.
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Are you sure about Motion Performance...last I spoke with Joel Rosen he said "business just isn't what it used to be" and closed shop shortly thereafter. That was back in '93. The old Baldwin/Motion shop has been Speedworld for several years now. I hope it's true because Joel did amazing things with Camaros and Corvettes back in the day. I would love to have his input on my 5th Gen.:roxor:
 
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