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There in the DIC I see. along the bottom...numbers "585858" that appear to be Long/Lat and the direction as "NW"......could it be built in NAV??? And the buttons I mentioned above be the controls for the NAV????
Another question........the dash, console, etc..."looks" like the same hard stuff we had in the early 4th gens......tell me it ain't so!?!
Looks to be very similar to the materials used in my gf's Cobalt SS. Much higher quality than my '00 Z/28, with a nice textured finish. The materials in her car have held up very well over the past 2 years/30K miles.
I think, by looking at the exhaust diameter, it appears to be a V6/RS...?
The grille looks like the orig. but in black finish, I liked the alt. one, nice detail in the bowtie.
I like the headlights, but not too fond of the rear roll pan.
3750.....not so bad....if it's not a stripped down V6 model weight.
Interior looks pretty well executed, still not a fan of the layout...yet....
Blue is better than red(lighting)...but I'd like to see some color in there as in upolestry/stitching etc...
1990 IROCZ, 1994 Z28-ASE Certified Auto Tech
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