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Camaro at G10

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The Camaro concept made an appearance at the 10th annual Fbody Gathering in Atlanta on May 26-28.

It was driven to the event by Scott Settlemire, and was featured in an indoor display. It was driven out, and through the crowd of F-body enthisasts on the final night.

(the following are pictures taken by http://www.fbodygathering.net/ members)

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Pictures from 01pewterz28:

http://cccfonline.com.istemp.com/G10camaroconcept.html

Pictures and video from BOWLINGSS:

http://www.bowlingss.com/

The rear window down:

http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/bosutymash/d...re2.jpg&.src=ph

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Newbiewar    1

omg those pictures are awesome!

interior looks nice, i dont like the gauges... seems like they'd be hard to read... but the dash is simple, which i like

also those tires looked like they've seen their share of miles :thumbsup:

haha, looks like the good years are ready for replacement :lol:

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So very cool. This car has seen more exposure in just 5

months than most concepts do in a decade. :D

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2 things and both are not meant to slam this car.

1) these pictures make it seem as if GM is "doing what Chrysler" did with the Challenger at the auto show, etc.

2) That car seems to sit really, really high. Especially when lined up neck and neck with an '04.

Maybe its because my Solstice sits so low, but that car seems to ride pretty high and could use a good 2-3 inch lowering kit to really bring out the "menace" in the grille.

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z28luvr01    170

I think it might just be the (lack of) lighting playing tricks on us.

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Yes... plus you guys are basing your preconceptions on

center of gravity based on styling not actual numbers

on a skidpad or roadcourse.

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Satty    338

Well from that angle, with that lighting, it looks like it has the classic GM/Ford ready for snow chains/off roading events ride-height. See:

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Northstar    11

It does appear the wheel well gap has increased, but if that's how the production vehicle sits I won't have any complaints.

I'm happy that it doesn't look huge driving around like the Challenger does. I was worried it might look big on the road but it doesn't.

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