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Old 12-07-2006, 09:07 PM   #11
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Thats pretty cool.

Are Camaros rare over there too?

Camaros are fairly rare, but not as rare as Bonnevilles. Camaros are one of the most popular American personal imports, but they're still rare. That one belongs to a friend of Marks' who is also an American vehicle enthusiast.

Camaros were even officially imported into the UK by GM in small numbers between 1998 and 2002. His is a 1994 model IIRC and was a personal import.
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Look.........................

It'* triplets
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Thats pretty cool.

Are Camaros rare over there too?

Camaros are fairly rare, but not as rare as Bonnevilles. Camaros are one of the most popular American personal imports, but they're still rare. That one belongs to a friend of Marks' who is also an American vehicle enthusiast.

Camaros were even officially imported into the UK by GM in small numbers between 1998 and 2002. His is a 1994 model IIRC and was a personal import.
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Why the HELL is Barney in that window?
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That'* awesome to see all three lined up!! Have you seen many '92-'99 cars, SSEi'*, or any 2000-05 models over there at all?
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Now that'* a cool picture, three SSEs all with body matched turbine wheels. Very cool.
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Wow, his neighbor looks weird.
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Wow, his neighbor looks weird.
At least we know his neighbor is not a drunken boozer.
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That really is a pretty amazing to get pictures of three '88s all the same. You would be quite hard pressed to do the same here in the states with that year, from what I've seen.

Thanks for the pics, Simon.
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Cool . I was in Wales a few years back and never saw any American cars. MInd you, the fact that most roads are about 4 sheep wide may have something to do with it, even a Jetta seemed big

Where I'm from, Winterton near Doncaster, Grimsby, Hull or Lincolnshire if your prefer, can't say I've ever seen any American cars. When my uncle comes over to Canada for a visit he'* a little reluctant to go for a ride with me. He prefers his diesel Mondeo LOL.

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I think thats wicked. 3 88'* all together. Those pics were added to my collection. Nicely done Simon.
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