Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Future Muscle

7 comments:

Truth is said...

beer drinkin' red neckin' hill billian losers will be drolling all over this. C'mon, has no one been able to grow up and embrace the future. these cars died a long time ago/ along with the dreams of the losers who drove them. Now, losers, it's your turn to comment.....GO!

Anonymous said...

People like Jay Leno try to keep whatever is left of Detroit muscle alive. He is far from a loser and can buy any car he likes.
I like Japanese and German cars too but I don't believe in globalization where foreign cars are built here.
It just makes matters subliminal

Anonymous said...

"beer drinkin' red neckin' hill billian losers will be drolling all over this. C'mon, has no one been able to grow up and embrace the future. these cars died a long time ago/ along with the dreams of the losers who drove them. Now, losers, it's your turn to comment.....GO!"

Wow. You sound like a bunch of fun! Enjoy your Camry.

Anonymous said...

I will admit I am more of an import guy, but there is no denying this car is awesome. One of the few American cars I would not be embarrassed to own. GM is on a roll with this and the Cadillac CTS sedan and coupe. Good Job.

Anonymous said...

I think that the Camero will do well vs. the likes of the Challenger. it'll be smaller and most likely better on gas (v6), and will prolly stand better with time. The "time off" it took has done it well! I assume, it will be cheaper too, so there will be plenty of them on the road I'm sure.

- Kern

Anonymous said...

I think that the Camero will do well vs. the likes of the Challenger. it'll be smaller and most likely better on gas (v6), and will prolly stand better with time. The "time off" it took has done it well! I assume, it will be cheaper too, so there will be plenty of them on the road I'm sure.

- Kern

Anonymous said...

Just like the Mustang a couple years ago, I think it's so exciting that the Camaro and the Challenger are coming. I am too young to remember these cars from the 60s and 70s when they were new, but always thought the design was exciting. They reflected a more interesting period in automotive history than the jellybean designs of cars in the 80s and 90s. If the Camaro as sophisticated and well engineered as it is good looking, they'll have a solid hit. Same with the Callenger.