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Camino LS6

Camino's Wrong wheel rides

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I don't have time to do them all this morning, but I'll start you off with "Plain Vanilla".

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About as exciting as non-fat ice milk ;)

Tough I did like the little bowties embossed in the taillights on the early Corsicas.

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Ah what the hell, I only have one more after this one. I'll go get my coffee and finish this category off.

This is my 84 Honda Accord - a fine appliance.

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This final front-driver is a bit of a departure. I used it to go downtown all the time in the early 90's - it blended in so well I called it my "Urban Camoflage".

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I didn't buy any of these cars, the first three were just given to me (they had varying ills which I fixed(except the unfixable Escort). The Toronado was a partial trade on a truck I sold.

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A part of me resents owning another FWD car... I was hoping to have a 100% RWD fleet by the time I bought my 1959 Buick so as to make it feel as if it was with good company.

A super cheap Cobalt 5-speed is a very compeling reason to deal with just ONE FWDer.

Besides the plan is to trade that in on a 5th gen. Camaro and at that point it will be RWD or RWD-biased AWD or nothing.

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