"Well, for starters my 1971 Chevrolet Camaro was actually pretty dependable for a muscle car. I never really had any major problems with it. It out performed most of the other cars I had in my garage, which was a lot. As for as the styling, well as most of you already know, the car is one of the best looks cars of its time. Every time I get behind the wheel I have loads of fun driving this vehicle around the neighborhood, mostly because i know how jealous my neighbors are of me. But as much fun as I had driving it, I plan on selling it online to get a brand new 2012 model once they go on sell. A few people have already asked me if I'm willing to sell it so I know it wont be difficult to get quite a it for it."
- N. Campbell, Alaska - Model Year: 1971 Camaro Coupe
The Cranberry red 1971 Chevrolet Camaro i purchased over the summer was only a base model. It's not the high performing muscle car like most other Camaros but what matters most is that whenever i put the key in the ignition, the car starts up with no problems. The styling is cool but the handling, well, that's a different story. It's fine now but only after spending a few hundred dollars on modifications. Maybe it's because of the modern cars I'm used to driving that made the handling feel kind of weird at first."
- K. Cooper, Rhode Island - Model Year: 1971 Camaro Coupe
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