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Even though I'm pretty new to this site, I'm humbled and honored to be a part of something this special - I've learned more about my Camaro - and maybe a little more than I wanted to about a few people here at the F-body lounge - in the last few months than I ever could have imagined. Thanks for everything to everyone here. Merry Christmas to all!
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who would have know that with the final press of the ENTER button, and 10 years of time, CamaroZ28.com would be where it is You guys have written the book on Car enthusists message boards, my hats off to you and damn proud to be a member for the past 6 years
2006 Chevy Colorado Z71 package
1941 Ford P/U, chopped, dropped, bowtie power
__________________ 1994 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX | The Buick | Track Times | Me "Anytime you think I'm being too tough...Anytime you think I'm being unfair...Anytime you miss your Mommy...QUIT! You sign form 1248. You grab your gear. You take a stroll down 'Washout Lane!'"
This site continues to impress me with the sheer wealth of knowledge, and the amount of people on here every day. I am further impressed how many people don't even own F bodies, yet are here all the time. For me personally, I joined in March 2001, the same month I bought my Z28. I've been here daily almost since '02. Its the homepage on both my office and home computer when I open IE (much to the chagrin of my boss and my Chrysler reps...I am a Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep GSM after all ). Were it not for this site, I never would have known about the events in BG (I attended in '03 and '05), never would have been invited to NAIAS '06 (an event that remains one of the most awesome experiences of my life), and wouldn't be planning my trip to Indy this September. I'd have little idea as to who Scott Settlemire was, nor would I have learned the wealth of stupid crap I know about 4th gens. I was always a 3rd genner (and admittedly, that's where my personal preference lies), but this site is flat awesome compared to any others I've visited since joining. I've owned N bodies and W bodies, and have dated people who owned everything from Grand Cherokees to Ford Probes, and frequented sites catering to those cars.
CamaroZ28.com flat kicks *** compared to all others. I've met Chris and Jason both, and to both of you I owe you a debt of gratitude. This really is more than just another website.
__________________ '88 IROC-Z - Medium Grey, Grey cloth, L98, t-tops, 22k miles - Stock '97 30th Z28 - White/Orange, White leather, M6, t-tops, 72k miles - Bolt ons '00 SS - Black, Tan leather, M6, t-tops, 10k miles - OEM SLP goodies '07 GMC 2500 W/T Duramax -Red, 89k miles - Diablo tune, 3" lift on 33s
2002 NBM Camaro Z28 M6 - best ET 13.21, best MPH 108.9, best 60' 2.14 - 325hp/343tq - Lid, Corsa, SixSpeedsInc T56, Pro 5.0 w/ short stick, STB, SFC, 17x9 wheels
1987 Buick Grand National - firstname.lastname@example.org on old build - 355hp/424tq @ 20psi - FAST XFI, WB02 with full-time closed-loop operation, Precision 58mm + wastegate, too much to list