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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-04-2008 Thread Starter
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Had the oppurtunity to drive 1998 camaro Z28

So, I was driving around today after work. and i came across this dealership that had a 98 Z28 for sale..it had 97,000 miles on it..all stock..except exhaust...sounded ok..but not as good as my stang does....Well i talked the guy into letting me drive the camaro....drove it off the lot with some sense...lol....untill i got out of sight, and put the pedal through the floor....Overall performance, i wasnt impressed!...I was more impressed by my stang the first time i drove it...but anyways...i just thought id share my first and last test drive in a 1998 camaro Z28.

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Yeah they arent as fast as everyone says or thinks they are. The 00-02 are quicker though.

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I drove several 01 and 02 SS camaros trying to find a car before I had a 5.0, and never found one I liked enough to buy. I even took a 6.0 GTO for a spin, only to be dissapointed. Now my Mustang will walk away from one easily.
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yeah the 00-02 is where they made most of the improvements. my friend has one with 6spd headers and exhaust, its real fast.
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i had a 1980 z28 it wuz fast but now i have a mustang
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