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"The Camaro story has no ending..." Except for that whole "2002" thing.
 

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That's quite blue, like the blue on some new 200's
 

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I'm actually a bit sad to see the current generation fade into the sunset. :(
I agree. Initially i fell into that, "i have seen it so much prior to launch, i am sick of it" club. But the last couple years, it has really matured, into a class act.
 

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"The Camaro story has no ending..." Except for that whole "2002" thing.
you could still buy used..
I'm actually a bit sad to see the current generation fade into the sunset. :(
I agree. Initially i fell into that, "i have seen it so much prior to launch, i am sick of it" club. But the last couple years, it has really matured, into a class act.

dodge and ford are not are not sad, for them its been a reign of terror to rival Idi Amin Dada
 

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Compared to the new Mustang, this thing is a brick. It is an unimaginative blob against the tension of the new Mustang's surfacing. I was totally caught off guard by how interesting the 2015 Mustang is in the flesh. Pictures don't do it justice.
 

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you could still buy used..
Yeah, wasn't really going that literal. Just a wee bit of humor since we've got the Camaro back now.
 
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From owning a 2010 and a 45th anniversary, I'm a little sad to see it go. I was so stoked they brought the concept intact to production and am a little worried about the sixth gen will be too derivative and not make its own impact if that makes sense.
 

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*Fingers crossed* that the 50th Anniversary Edition in 2017 looks stunning, and I buy one to compliment my 25th Anniversary Edition. :cool:
 

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I am curious in 7 or so years HOW ZETA GEN will look when we are looking at the replacement for the FIRST ALPHA GEN
From the looks of things quite similar.
Unless GM can balance out their gas powered offerings with electrics, we might be seeing a vastly lighter/downsized or partially-electrified Camaro to meet emissions. Alpha-Camaros might be the last of the big engine bad boys!
 

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I'm actually a bit sad to see the current generation fade into the sunset. :(
same here. i still feel like zeta never lived to its true potential in north america.
 
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