"The way my 1983 Chevrolet Camaro looked is what I like the most in regards to the car overall. The Z28 had this angular slope and it was very stylish. I often wonder why Chevy decided to ditch the lines all together that made that made this car stand out so much. The handling was good for today's standards even with it being a muscle car from the 70's. The most important thing is that even though it's a wide body, it handles corners extremely well. Also, when going fast, you never feel like you're going to lose control of the car. My only gripe with it though is the power. Being a muscle cars means it should have a pretty good V* but this particular model doesn't."
- R. Royals, Minnesota - Model Year: 1983 Camaro Z28 Coupe
Hooked up my 1983 Chevrolet Camaro with all sorts of upgrades. It's a standard as unfortunately this model is not as fast as other Camaro models but it's fast enough. I basically built this car from the ground up including all the electrical wiring. I changed the engine layout a little, got a good set of factory rims from this junkyard not to far from where I live. I also tinted all the windows, even though I couldn't tint tham as dark as I really wanted to due to the law about it. I installed some shocks, and I purchased some new speakers the other day that I didn't even install yet because i've been so busy showing my car off."
- F. Trout, Mississippi - Model Year: 1983 Camaro Coupe
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