We've got one!!!!
12.357 on Stock 2.73's , stock engine and NO NITROUS, BLOWER or anything
(I cheated though, have a 3700 stall Yank super thruster converter in it MUHAHAHAHAHA)
Do I take it that you sold yours Playn?
Tracy, NICE RIDE
now put it in the garage, get a cover and cover it, forget about it for next 5-10 years
I wonder if my 1967 RS/SS 350 conv and my 1969 RS/SS 396 conv will appreciate any faster because of this? This is my way of taking the advise of the financial advisers out there - diversification! And I can drive them on a nice day, unlike my stock portfolio!
If I can scan some pic's I will post them! They're all nice, but I really love those first gen cars! Especially the ragtops - it's like riding in a parade!
Well I guess that means that my 12 sec Formula has just secured itself a permanent space in the driveway!CNN said by end of december 2002 all camaro and firebird prices will be up 20% across the board no matter what year, make and model you own
I got my 2000 6 spd running a 12.96 @ 111 with a Direct-Flo lid and WS6 cat-back and the stock Eagle RSAs. I ran a 13.27 @ 107 with the AC cranking! Not as quick as yours but I haven't dug into mine yet either.
'89 Formula F-242 LS
Hey Bud Man. I bought a 67 RS/SS in 1978 for $1,100. I sold it in 1984 for $1,500! How many cars can you do that with? Every other car/boat I have owned I lost my ASS on.
Jayl13: what year? if 99' what production # is yours?
I bought my WS6 T/A with 2438.6 miles in Sept. 99 and now has 3534.4 miles on it now. Also production # of 1767 out of 7,683 for the year of 99' including Coupes,T-Tops, and Conv. also the 1500 30th anniv. T-tops and 1250 30th anniv. Conv.
The best pass I got with mine this past sring at Norwalk Raceway Park was 12.579. Avg. was 12.689 but only did 5 passes and that was enough.
3 Things keep it in the Garage 1:WORK 2: RAIN or CLOUDS (can't get her wet, only when she needs a bath) 3: MICHELOBE LIGHT
I can add 4: Collector in 15-20 years
Also did I mention I paid only 22K for mine
1 word of advice if you plan on keeping them and making money BIG$$$$ later down the road DON'T TOUCH THE ENGINES. with OBDII and OBDIII when you sell it the person looking at it within 4-5 years will have handheld dianostics and be able to check paramimeters(sp) on the engine ad see that you have exceded factory specs. Say MASS airflow sensors, dialed in fuel inj or largere 1ns etc. even though you put it back to stock they will be able to tell with the tattltale OBD systems. Just a thought for the serious people that invested in a T/A or Camaro but not a Firechicken
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