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Munson05

Motor Trend story, 5th gen rag top,

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the most recent Motor trend just arrived in my mail box. There is an interesting article about the 5th Generation Camaro Convertable. It stated that GM has greenlighted the rag top. Did I miss something I didnt think the car was green lighted period. Although I do believe its being worked on already. Its good news. I just cant wait for this car to be on the lots come on GM.

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Did I miss something? I didnt think the car was green lighted period.

[Whistles "Transformers" theme song.]

:AH-HA_wink:

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Yes... this is actually being discussed in another thread. :)

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Did I miss something? I didnt think the car was green lighted period.

[Whistles "Transformers" theme song.]

:AH-HA_wink:

Bumble bee!!!!!

and thats Munson as in Thurman Munson

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That motor trend also says "the open top Camaro will probably make it's debut some months after the coupe goes on sale in 2006"

That year has to be a typo right???

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That motor trend also says "the open top Camaro will probably make it's debut some months after the coupe goes on sale in 2006"

That year has to be a typo right???

I think it is but I really hope its not

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