Custom Chevy Camaro

The custom chevy camaro page was recently redirected to the heavy chevy page. stating they were the same casting. I think it should remain seperate as they are clearly 2 different cars, with 2 different names. Just like all the other "spoilers" and closed hood cars. Just my $.02 Sinnin  talk  Contributions

Agreed. BigBadBrad01 20:45, May 20, 2010 (UTC)
You're only saying that because you dislike me. Fclass 22:43, May 20, 2010 (UTC)
Not True, Your my favorite catagory guru! Sinnin  talk  Contributions 01:18, May 21, 2010 (UTC)
It's the same casting. If it had a spoiler (SS Express and 1970 Chevelle SS Hardtop, then it would be different. It doesn't. It just has an opening hood. The 1969 Dogde Charger, when first released, had an opening hood. Does that make it different? No. Would you say Custom '50s Ford Wagon is different from 8 Crate? Of course not.Fclass 14:56, May 22, 2010 (UTC)
The vote was 3 to 1 against you on this, So you reverted all the edits anyways? Good Job! Sinnin  talk  Contributions 20:03, May 22, 2010 (UTC)
I would be inclined to separate them, too.  Why I'm really here, though, is to ask why the Heavy Chevy is thought to be a '68 Camaro, rather than a '67.  Other sites list it as a '67 and I'm inclined to agree.  The easiest way to tell the difference between the two cars IRL is by the presence or absense of a front side blinker.  The '67 didn't have them, while the '68 did.  Even the new casting of the Heavy Chevy doesn't have front side blinkers. I say it's a '67. - Dan
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