I traded my S-10 for this car, plus gained $200, and no sales tax at Extreme Clean Auto Sales in PB MO. (not a bad deal at all).
It has aprox. 109k miles, Blue, T-Tops, No Candy though ... The only thing I've had to replace on it (maintenance wise) was the Electronic Throttle Body (supposed to be common with this year Camaro). Normally a 500-700 dollar part. I found one at a graveyard for 150, and "MY PEEPS" at Meineke hooked me up with a great deal on labor while also replacing the 02 sensor. I just got an oil change, next is a tune up, tires, drvtrn grease (synthetic w/ slip additive), and auto transmission flush ...
Read the specs for more info ...
This the family every day driver. I didn't know what a Z34 was until after I bought it. It was just a very sporty looking car.
WATCH OUT FOR THE DOGGIE
99 Base-RS Camaro, V6 3800 stock
Has superb acceleration and torque for a 6 cyl. and gets Great Gas Mileage. Aprox. 200 HP
(never ran on track or timed 0-60 - not yet)
3.4 dual twin overhead cam
1/4 15s est. from online sourses.
Power locks (need to be repaired)
T-Tops (Excellent Condition, No Leaks)
Rear Defrost (need to be repaired)
AM/FM Radio works (but CD Player needs to be replaced)
Rear Hatch Spoiler
16' Alloy Wheels
Fog Lights (don't appear to work)
Airbags (the light pops on "every once in awhile")
Disc Brakes (they squeek but according to my buddies at Meineke they are in good condition from visual inspec.)
A/C nice & cold (but really decreases performance)
--- As you can see a lot of "minor" things need to be done to this car. Overall, its in great working order, gets me from Point A to Point B, and has superb HP/torgue/power for a 6 cyl. ---
(The only thing I miss is the Manual Tranny)
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