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2010 Camaro SS vs 1968 Camaro SS

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    2010 Camaro SS vs 1968 Camaro SS

    2010 Camaro SS vs 1968 Camaro SS close race, love the old SS.

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    the third race...second one going away from us.

    was it just me, or did the 2010 spin all the way through 2nd, chirp third, and still keep up

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    the new one is huge compared to the old! I still like em though.

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    after seeing that i am in love with the new camaros!!!! That red is hot!!!

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    1968 vs 2010 stock no contest 2010 all the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikito View Post
    the third race...second one going away from us.

    was it just me, or did the 2010 spin all the way through 2nd, chirp third, and still keep up
    Nope,,,that was the 68 doing that, actually spinning through first, a few feet in second, and chirping 3rd,,,,,watch the second run and he does it even worse than the first one. And the new camaro pulls out a bit more as a result.

    In reality though,,,we have no idea what version of the 68 SS we have here, since they were available with several engine options. Not to mention whether it was tinkered with or not,,,,,,,,,I'm betting yes.

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    It looked to me like the '10's rear tires were on the expansion joint for the bridge. Those things are actually fairly slippery. I know it wouldn't make the car spin much, but it could of had an effect.

    That 2010 is hot!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MICopper11 View Post
    It looked to me like the '10's rear tires were on the expansion joint for the bridge. Those things are actually fairly slippery. I know it wouldn't make the car spin much, but it could of had an effect.

    That 2010 is hot!!!
    Ya those things are all over Arizona up here, Cattle guards to keep the cows from wondering out. When those things get wet they are like ice. Have to be carefull turning into roads, as the front end can plow right off the pavement.

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