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Discussion in 'Camaro Questions' started by mgd1790, Nov 3, 2016.
Where were they produced?
St Therese Quebec canada
With a year supply of crepes?
my 01 didn't come with any .
At the time I was thinking serious about buying a Z, standard issue car was probably the deal of the year, standard equipped was pretty decent, get the six speed and have a real machine for under $20k - with a good deal. And the Canadians do screw them together pretty good, even now.
St. Therese close in 2002 and was demolished.
By golly, you're right. And now made here in the USA.
DETROIT — General Motors announced on Wednesday that production of the next-generation Chevrolet Camaro, expected to be launched in 2016, will move from Oshawa, Ontario to Lansing, Michigan.
The 100,000 Camaros built at Oshawa represent about one-quarter of the production of the plant.
Nice. Good friend is a big shot at GM for almost 30-years and I did ask him if I can buy an American Muscle Car from America, namely another Z28.
The bigger thing I would be interested in, which would sell like a mo-fo is an RS Z28 with the split bumper. That would make me happy.
Or a V8 manual trans Camaro for reasonable money.