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Eljojo
Member
posted September 03, 2003 08:36 PM
Why do you think IMCA won't allow Camaro's?


popwillis
Member
posted September 03, 2003 09:16 PM
it's because they are considered a "performance car" same with mustangs the uni body doesn't have anything to do with it they still alow you to run nova and mopars and in i stocks you can put newer t-bird bodies on a shortened down frame. there is talk about going to that on the gm cars in the next couple years we already alow the newer style bodies on metric frames here in town and the cars look sweet


popwillis
Member
posted September 04, 2003 06:54 AM
So what you're saying 17j is that the Camaro started life as a performance automobile and you feel that is INCA's reason for disallowing them? If that is the case, why would anyone build anything BUT a Camaro where they are allowed? I built one this past winter and LOVE it-it's very easy to drive and bad fast, but I still finish behind Metrics more often than not. (2 wins in 14 races) The metrics seem to handle very well and I don't think I have any great advantage over them.


racer17j
Member
posted September 04, 2003 07:23 PM
the camaro was origanly designed to run in the road races back in the day and then as a production car second .unlike a monte that was a production car that they turned into race cars. as for if they are better just depends on your set up thats why i alway suggest coil cars over leafs they are easier to set up imo.and pop you can get rules if you're not a member you just have to by brett roots lunch for the day first lol


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