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Zeta Camaro in 2009?

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AUTOWEEK Posted Date: 11/22/05 Camaro coming Dodge won’t get all the muscle car buzz with its Challenger concept at the Detroit auto show this January. Word is General Motors will show a Camaro concept on a stretched Kappa (Solstice, Sky) chassis. The car is set for production as a 2009 model, sources say. The other GM concept for Detroit won’t be a Pontiac Firebird, but more likely will be a Buick crossover. Don't know how accurate this is yet, but will be a big blow to those claiming the Kappa could not be stretched. Fbodfather said last Feb a V8 would fit in the Kappa, so that may have been a clue back then? Note the 2009 fits when the W body is to die and a new GTO is also to arrive. Clues are dropping and with plant closings and lines being dropped when might be able to fit the many peices together soon. A Zeta would be good as when know it is Cheap and the press loves the road manners on the Solstice. Edited by hyperv6

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You got the "big blow" part right. The Solstice chassis could eat a big block if asked to do so... frame rail sections are 4"x8"and more than 2 feet apart. The best is yet to come, start saving your money.

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