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Man nice pics. You don't realize how big BB is until you see it next to a car like yours. Both cars enhance each other as well. Well done.
 

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Incredible! Thanks for sharing that!
 

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Those are some great pics to show comparison.

Awesome!
 

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Thanks all! I do like the way they look together. ...and yes, the new Camaro dwarfs the 1st gen...I was surprised by how much.
 

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Great pics....

I've been noticing that the head line is really low and the windshield is angled down a lot....just wondering how this will impact visibility?
I'm gonna get a convertible so the blind spots shouldn't be a factor but I've seen those pics of the Camaro Brand MGR or whoever driving and his head was sticking out over the height of the windshield when he was driving the convertible!
 

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...and yes, the new Camaro dwarfs the 1st gen...I was surprised by how much.
I have to disagree on that one.

Dimensionally, the two are very similar.....

Wheelbase
1969: 108.0"
2010: 110.0"

Length
1969: 186.0"
2010: 186.2"

Width
1969: 74.0"
2010: 77.0"

Height
1969: 51.1"
2010: 53.0"

The new Camaro's shape and lines do create an illusion of size, but as you can see by the actual specs, it's not a big car. :)

Note: 2010 dimensions listed are from the Camaro concept car. Actual production dimensions will vary up to an inch, give or take.
 

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Great pics....

I've been noticing that the head line is really low and the windshield is angled down a lot....just wondering how this will impact visibility?
I'm gonna get a convertible so the blind spots shouldn't be a factor but I've seen those pics of the Camaro Brand MGR or whoever driving and his head was sticking out over the height of the windshield when he was driving the convertible!
I expect the production version will not have that low of a roofline.

Unless the target market is midgets...:rotflmao:




I have to disagree on that one.

Dimensionally, the two are very similar.....

Wheelbase
1969: 108.0"
2010: 110.0"

Length
1969: 186.0"
2010: 186.2"

Width
1969: 74.0"
2010: 77.0"

Height
1969: 51.1"
2010: 53.0"

The new Camaro's shape and lines do create an illusion of size, but as you can see by the actual specs, it's not a big car. :)

Note: 2010 dimensions listed are from the Camaro concept car. Actual production dimensions will vary up to an inch, give or take.
I meant "visually" dwarfs...
 
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