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1993 Chevrolet Camaro

1993 Chevrolet Camaro

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Fun

by from on March 20, 2011

I've had this car since it had 4000 miles on it. Only 3 repairs, power lock switch, power lock switch, and a water temperature sender. Most trouble free car that I've ever had. A lot of fun to drive b...
I've had this car since it had 4000 miles on it. Only 3 repairs, power lock switch, power lock switch, and a water temperature sender. Most trouble free car that I've ever had. A lot of fun to drive but not very comfortable for the passenger because of the hump for the catalytic converter.
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saved my life

by from Medford, OR on May 13, 2011

i had my 93' camaro for 3.5 years, then just 5 days ago i was hit by a drunk driver and got forced into a tree. the paramedic on the spot and the doctor at the hospital both said "that if it wasnt for...
i had my 93' camaro for 3.5 years, then just 5 days ago i was hit by a drunk driver and got forced into a tree. the paramedic on the spot and the doctor at the hospital both said "that if it wasnt for the heavier motor and the large compartment under the hood of the car, they would have had to cut me out because the motor would have been jammed into my legs", i recommend the car, I am going to get another one(or similar style of car)
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Just getting around

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Great Car

by from Charlevoix, MI on September 14, 2013

Had one for 18 years. Most reliable car I ever owned. Unfortunately it burned from an apparent fuel leak.
Had one for 18 years. Most reliable car I ever owned. Unfortunately it burned from an apparent fuel leak.
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Having fun

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Very Fun Car...

by from Ohio on August 17, 2008

The Z28 model I own is just amazing. The seats are comfortable (front seats anyway) and the back are suitable for smaller persons. The car is very fast, sounds great and really turns heads. Interior i...
The Z28 model I own is just amazing. The seats are comfortable (front seats anyway) and the back are suitable for smaller persons. The car is very fast, sounds great and really turns heads. Interior is slightly cheap but it is from a less picky era and the HVAC and stereo controls are easy to use. The model I own has a great stereo system. The only problem I have encountered is the power lock/mirror/window panel on the driver side coming unglued, and it was easily fixable by taking apart the door and re-gluing. It is also very reliable. (Its a Chevrolet, what do you expect!)
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Great Car

by from St. Louis, MO on September 20, 2009

I just bought a 1993 Camaro Z28 with a 6 speed manual transmission. It is by far the best car I have ever owned. the power windows/doors/locks all work fine though the power windows control is a littl...
I just bought a 1993 Camaro Z28 with a 6 speed manual transmission. It is by far the best car I have ever owned. the power windows/doors/locks all work fine though the power windows control is a little funky and takes some getting used to.It is fast,the six-speed shifts solid and the car gets attention wherever it goes. I highly recommend this car to anyone with a need for speed, or just someone who wants a really cool car.
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Just getting around

Does recommend this car

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1993 camaro

by from daytona beach ,fl on May 31, 2006

this is by far the best camaro since the 70's ... the 3.4 might not bring tire smokeing fun like the v8.But with fewer people raceing and more people just going for a weekend drive the base camaro is ...
this is by far the best camaro since the 70's ... the 3.4 might not bring tire smokeing fun like the v8.But with fewer people raceing and more people just going for a weekend drive the base camaro is the way to go ..after 90,000 miles its (like a rock)just like chevy says. best car for the money ..style and speed and great looks
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23 years and counting

by from PA on February 21, 2017

I've had many cars over the years, and these cars as difficult as they are to work on, are overall the most bang for the buck. With a little investment, a new chipset for higher performance programmin...
I've had many cars over the years, and these cars as difficult as they are to work on, are overall the most bang for the buck. With a little investment, a new chipset for higher performance programming (Hypertech) brings out another 50 HP in combination with a performance exhaust (flowmaster), spectre air filter, and aftermarket color matching wheels (Black) mounting summer performance tires, there is no better combo. of power, handling, and fuel economy for so little money (paid $2500 for the car, had a newer motor (56K miles) and just rebuilt 700R4 trans with shift kit and stall converter. I had to buy tires, wiper blades, 1 ball joint, tie rod ends, and an AC compressor. With more power than the factory issue, easily is a low 14, to high 13 second 1/4 mile car, and easily reaches 160 mph, while pulling more than 0.9g and averaging about 18 mpg as my daily driver for the last 2 years (not in the snow, I have my ZR2 Blazer for that!). I've had a 96 6-speed with t-tops (traded in for a truck), and a 95 convertible (wrecked over 100 mph and walked away) my brother had a 500 hp 96 with frame connectors, and he drove from PA to Cali, and up through Oregon and back with no problems. He only sold it when his ex wrecked it and it was over 200K miles on the clock. Great cars for the money, love the LT1 sounds, gobs of low end to midrange power, and excellent handling and driving characteristics.
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Commuting

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