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Why the price differance?

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    Well as far as GM is Concerned Pontiac was supposed to be a "higher end" vehicle than a chevy, likewise with chevy trucks vs gmc. Plus like it was said pontiac does have more doo dads to break, like the headlight motors. there are actually good reasons that they are a bit more expensive. like the cool ram air hood vs the hoods that camaro had. plus imho I think the front end looks far better in a pontiac. and the rear as well.

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    i have no idea why pontiac cost more other than demand drives the prices.

    imho i dont like to dick around with flip up headlights. they do look good during the day but look corny to me at night.

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    00 Z/28 vs 01 T/A...

    I was actually looking for a ram air T/A as well. Then I drove one. My 86 T/A was a far better ride in my opinion. The 00 Z/28 out performed the 01 T/A and actually handled better as well. I think that the only thing the T/A has over the Z is appearance, but again that's just my opinion. To each his own, but I don't think the T/A can out-perform the Z-28. I guess it depends on your preference... looks or performance, lol.

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