I love Camaros. Especially the 3rd and 4th Gen cars. I grew up with the 3rd Gens and loved seeing the 4th Gen cars evolve. In my opinion the 4th Gen is the k... Show moreing of the hill of the Camaro line.
I bought a 1999 White RS V6 automatic for my ex wife. When we were looking at the car on the dealers lot I fell in love with the Hugger Orange 6 speed Z28 that was next to it. Of course that was out of the question then.
That was then, this is now. This is a perfect replacement for the V6 White Camaro. I think I will be able to deal with my loss issues now!
Here it is after getting it from the dealer. Mostly stock, 38,600 mile Z28. After getting a closer look it has an air lid, a ported/descreened MAF and factory Hurst shifter. I love this car!! What a blast to drive.
Since it has no power accessories at all, just basic options. It fits the modern day defintion of a stripper. So, it needed a good stripper name = Chastity.
After a week of owning the car I added a K&N filter, opened up the plastic baffle under the air filter, added new Bosch platinum plugs and MSD wires. The tip in throttle response is great. Even before the plugs and wires the best mileage I got was 28.5 on the highway. The biggest change was a set of Goldline springs and KYB shocks/struts. This dropped the car about 1 1/2 inches all around and tightened it up some. It basically feels like a C4 Vette to me ride wise. I also used a Jegster adjustable panhard bar and relocation bracket. I noticed a huge difference after adding the bar and bracket. It was loose and unsettled in the rear after going over a bump in the road. This fixed that and it is solid as it was stock but firmer. It leveled out the panhard bar just like it advertised.
Had to drop it off at port in Norfolk Virginia so it could ship to Belgium. Sad day......
It made it, the weather improved. Here it is with the summer rims. Chrome SLP/SS 10 spokes and BFG TA KDW tires. Show Less