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Sell it or keep it?

Put new black paint and refurbish wheels.
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Get some 2gen with 350 and posi i always want.
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Add posi, headers, new paint and spent on this car more then is worth.
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Sell it and get everyones newer car.
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V8power
Posted: Mon Nov 26, 2007 2:42 am
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Like month ago i put new open element to my 305 TBI, hi flow cat and new tips. It sound nice, as you can check in this video. The only minus is i cant get help not to push gas to the max :lol: but if you wanna play, you have to pay :wink:

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Last shot before storage for winter. These cars next to camaro have engines 4x times smaller then camaro :lol:

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Hah, it looks so funny next to those tiny cars. I think that's discrimination, those parking spots smaller than the rest. I do the same with parking though (park at the end of the parking lot to avoid scratches & such). Can't watch the vid since I'm in class. As for voting, I picked option #2.
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sounds pretty good, what exhaust is that
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i voted to put more in it then it's worth. lol. I have a 91 RS and KBB value is only 3K. long term i'm putting near 3x times that into it. it's only worth it to me. and since i'm the one driving it....
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I like the parking lot pic too. Man, your Camaro definitly stands out. Like a rose among the weeds!!!! :thumbup:
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Dude, awesome
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yea its up to you dude on what you want to do,im like ryan i paid 300 bucks for mine(run down condition) and ive put close to 2000 bucks in it but its worth it to me because thats what i wanted a IROC-Z
my 85 IROC-Z-350 4 bolt main,700r tranny,B&M shift kit,edelbrock performer intake,holley carb,headman headers,magnaflow exhaust,charcoal/black interior,new paint and more this year

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nitemare3o5 wrote:
sounds pretty good, what exhaust is that


Thanks, exhaust is custom made, installed by previous owner.
I just add 3 1/4 tips.
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irocz85owner wrote:
yea its up to you dude on what you want to do,im like ryan i paid 300 bucks for mine(run down condition) and ive put close to 2000 bucks in it but its worth it to me because thats what i wanted a IROC-Z


In Europe, prices are different and its not possible to get title for car older then 8years old if they were not for sale by official dealer on market of European Union. So there is no way to get some 3gen from states legally on the road, unless you use title from some crashed camaro, but thats very rare for sale. I paid for mine 5000$ and already put into another 2k$. But its ok, i can still get at least 6k$ back if sale.

I will probably keep my ride and spend some more $$$ :wink:
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Cool pics and video. I voted for option 3 also.
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If that's the case, then definitely keep it!
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so wait, i'm going to move to Europe (Poland or Germany) sometime down the raod. are you saying i can't bring my 91 camaro and have it be legal?

you better say i can or i might George Bush on Europe! lol.
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ryan91rs wrote:
so wait, i'm going to move to Europe (Poland or Germany) sometime down the raod. are you saying i can't bring my 91 camaro and have it be legal?

you better say i can or i might George Bush on Europe! lol.


Well, you can use your us title as long as you have valid insurance extended for Europe. I think you can get title in germany as far as your car will pass smog test version euro2. Now is for new cars version euro4. But still you will have to get couple of exceptions for your lights etc. Be ready for big paper work. Im not sure about Poland. But generally in EU, cars, which doesnt have been sold by official dealer and have homologation (cars have to be modified from original market), is big problem to get on road legally, as far its not new or historical vehicle.
I have to pass smog and technical inspection every 2years, and i can fail just because i dont have little mark on lights, which confirms its homologation for using in Europe.
As far as you are not soldier, i would really check this issue out before shipping your car to Europe.
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