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camaro68
    
Would anyone choose to buy a 4-Cylinder Camaro, Challenger or Mustang?
I just read an article that GM is considering a 4-cylinder for newer cars because of fuel prices. Would anyone want to buy one? Will there be no more muscle cars of the future. Say it isn't so?!?
posted: March 21, 2008
 
    
 
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petropedro
    
What's the point? I wouldn't buy one.
posted:  March 24, 2008
   
 
rustysouth
    
remember..... GM killed the NOVA with a 4-cylinder back in the late 80's.
posted:  March 29, 2008
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a40sedan2
    
SEEMS THERE WAS A GRUNT CAMARO BUILT IN THE LATE 80'S W/ A 4 CYLINDER. I RECALL IT BEING A DEATH TRAP. SOUNDED STRANGE TOO. THE 68 4 CYLINDER NOVA RAN SUPRISINGLY WELL BUT IT CAME W/ A STD THREE SPD OR W/ AN AIR COOLED POWERGLIDE AND WAS NOT A TIRE TOASTER BUT GAS MILAGE OUT THE GAZOO...
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