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  1. #1
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    Why are there not more 3rd gen camaros representing?

    saw this car and got a stiffy...






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    Nice. I have owned two third gens, but never when I had the money or the luxury of pulling more potential out of it.
    Stephen

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    I like that! It reminds me a lot of the '89 IROC I bought my wife when when we got married. We both loved that car.
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    because they all became short track dirt cars in the midwest. my first car was a 92 z28, i always loved them because no one else really did

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    3rd gens are coming back. nice ones are appreciating in $$ every day.
    Scott from NJ.

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    they do have great potential, but unfortunately they got a bad rep from the white trash destroying them.
    My fiance and I have a 90 Iroc that we are in the process of fixing up as a car for her. Shes actually getting really into it which is nice.

    Here it is when we got it

    and now with out new "custom" hood

    plans include painting the green top black, lowering it 1.3", slp runners, msd iginition, reupholster seats, cd player and new speakers
    Brian
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    That first one looks great!

    Most of them are still buried in weeds in front of a trailer home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nine Ball View Post
    That first one looks great!

    Most of them are still buried in weeds in front of a trailer home.
    ha lol im sure mine currently looks like a good representation on what most third gens look like.....crap.
    come a few weeks it will look night and day different.
    Brian
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    i guess they are going to be worth something to our kids maybe.. kinda like 1st gens or somethin..

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    Well since im out here in japan.. they love them out here tho.




















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    I had a Red/Black stripe 92 5.7l Z28 ,great car almost wish I had it back......
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    Third Gens are great .
    I've got an '84 Firebird.
    It will be a project car after I get the '69 to a good stopping point.
    Those 3rd Gen cars can be made to handle easily.
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    The money pit.... thats what mine was....

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    Ugh...guess I better get back to work.

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    i love the 3rd gens also my brother has a mint 88 iroc 350 with like 50k miles..never drives it hardly and wont let me drive it ..not sure why..lol..
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    J.C.,
    This is why I like 3rd gens.......they're a very clean design.
    Nice car!
    Good thread Mr. V. I'm heading over to CraigsList right now!

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    The money pit.... thats what mine was....

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    That first pic does look pretty cool....I've had three first gens (in my younger years) and always liked them. They are fun to drive, I often think about getting another one to fix up, but have not gottne around to it......yet!
    Steve Martin
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    Only car i ever regret selling y '90 IROC with 5.7. I am looking for a decent one now for a semi DD to play with. If you want to see one expensive third gen, look up Nelson Supercars
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    Quote Originally Posted by BossaNova View Post
    J.C.,
    This is why I like 3rd gens.......they're a very clean design.
    Nice car!
    Good thread Mr. V. I'm heading over to CraigsList right now!
    Thanks Mark... I did regret letting that one go. It was a definite head-turner, but I just couldn't afford to keep it going. I will have another one day, but not right now.
    JC Scott


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    Quote Originally Posted by 70TWO NOVA View Post
    they do have great potential, but unfortunately they got a bad rep from the white trash destroying them.
    They picked up that torch from 2nd gens. Now that torch is moving to 4th gens, which are deteriorating as we speak.
    Scott from NJ.

    Vent Windows Forever! ... My junk, featuring the Red Dragon ... NastyZ28 ... NJ Camaros & Firebirds

    Feather-light suspension, Konis just couldn't hold
    I'm so glad I took a look inside your showroom doors

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