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For a couple of blocks, but I still liked It :lol:

It was a Yellow LS3 w/black stripes on the hood and decklid. Colorado car. I'm working part time as a local valet. Love the feel of the interior, does the piping on the door panels light up or was that the reflection from the dash lighting? Looked cool either way :D
 

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Love the feel of the interior, does the piping on the door panels light up or was that the reflection from the dash lighting? Looked cool either way :D
they light up...love the way it looks at night. :thumbsup: The interior has really grown on me. I always thought the interior wasn't great...until I got my car. No problems with it at all now.
 

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Yeah, I can see who that faux looking plastic dash would have to grow on you. I like how the seat/shifter felt. I'm not a fan of the high belt line (top of door) like I see Camaro and Challenger, but I could get used to that.

Regarding visibility issues I keep reading about, our the side mirrors and rear glass didn't seem much different than a Corvette, fine for me. The a pillar (sides of the windshield) did seem pretty big, something else I'm sure you adjust to quickly.
 

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Yeah, I can see who that faux looking plastic dash would have to grow on you. I like how the seat/shifter felt. I'm not a fan of the high belt line (top of door) like I see Camaro and Challenger, but I could get used to that.

Regarding visibility issues I keep reading about, our the side mirrors and rear glass didn't seem much different than a Corvette, fine for me. The a pillar (sides of the windshield) did seem pretty big, something else I'm sure you adjust to quickly.
I do wish the trim around the gauges in the dash was actual shiny metal, not silver-colored plastic, like the kind you find on Fisher-Price trucks.
 
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