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Actually GM is going to do this only some of them. But wasn't it announced only few weeks ago that GM was going to make an effort to prevent people from “cloning” the new Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 by restricting the components that make the new Z/28 so unique and while the company will restrict the sale of some of those items in order to prevent people from making their own Z/28 at home – it looks like some of the components will be available to owners of other 5th gen Camaros, reports Torquenews.
Because of that high price and limited availability, there is a good chance that some current 5th generation Camaro owners will attempt to turn their car into the closest rendition of the Z/28 as possible – but GM doesn’t want that to happen. To prevent that, GM will only allow people who own a new Z/28 or shops that are working on a new Z/28 to purchase the factory items…or so we were lead to believe last month. In actuality, General Motors has no problem with private owners modifying their current Camaro to perform like the Camaro Z/28 – they just wont make it easy to make your Camaro SS look like a new Z/28.
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