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Originally Posted by TexArmageddon View Post
What's the point of linking what MT states. Either MT scale is broken or Chevy is using other means to weigh their car.

Chevy Clearly has the 1SS at 3,905lbs and the 2SS at 3,935. So who here is following the same process because I don't see it.
I think if you look at the manufacturers "Base Curb Weight" for the Challenger and the Mustang, you can see that MT's "Curb weight" is about the manufacturer's "Base Curb Weight" number plus a full tank of gas. Not sure what went wrong on the Camaro weight number. In an earlier writeup MT called the 13 1SS approximately a 4000 pound car. The number for the Camaro in the comparison chart looks wrong. The Challenger and the Mustang look correct for Curb Weight.

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