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z28luvr01

Italian Retards Out Cruising

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z28luvr01    170

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z28luvr01    170

Step into the Wayback Machine, Camino

I've always seen IROCs with the stripes (unless they were painted or clones). RS Camaros had the same body-color ground effects, but no stripes.

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z28luvr01    170
The title concerns me, also not sure Texas will let you in, beings that y'all are a Yankee and all ... :P

I've already been to Texas. The population was very cordial to me, and I'm pretty sure I'm welcome back anytime. :smilewide:

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Beautiful car....I love the styling of the 3rd gens way over the 4th gens.

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toesuf94    0

The stripes are right for a red Iroc...and what a red Iroc that is....where are the drool smileys? :drool: Ahh, there we go.

I am actually looking for one of these to put away someday. Not in the market right now, but if I was - I would snap this one up!

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trinacriabob    21

Title was misleading. I was expecting a YouTube on Guidos acting/looking loke idiots, but this was a pleasant surprise.

The red/red combination is killer. I am assuming it's a 5.7 liter V8 (as opposed to a 5.0) and still was all cast-iron construction in that day. Wow...in all aspects...but I think your head rules over your heart ($20K).

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