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I want these 18" bbs rims on my red 3rd gen  camaro. That would look sick with black windows

I want these 18" bbs rims on my red 3rd gen camaro. That would look sick with black windows

1991 Chevy Camaro | 1991 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Coupe 2D - Edinburgh, owned by stackofire ...

1991 Chevy Camaro | 1991 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Coupe 2D - Edinburgh, owned by stackofire ...

The 1982 Camaro was a Third Generation F-Body Camaro, spanning from years 1982-1992. 1982 marked the first year of the third gen Camaros, with a nearly all-new model, including reduced dimensions and weight, a four-cylinder engine for the Sport Coupe, consoles with glove boxes, power steering, and power brakes with front discs and rear drums.

The 1982 Camaro was a Third Generation F-Body Camaro, spanning from years 1982-1992. 1982 marked the first year of the third gen Camaros, with a nearly all-new model, including reduced dimensions and weight, a four-cylinder engine for the Sport Coupe, consoles with glove boxes, power steering, and power brakes with front discs and rear drums.

Look at this hot bitch. A 1986 Camaro Sport Coupe. This was my mother's car and for some unknown reason she gave it to my sister. You do not give a 17 year old girl with a head full of aqua net a beautiful sports car. It had bucket seats, and I still remember the all black fabric interior. The charcoal paint was slightly metallic in the sun. Even at eight years old, cruising in the backseat of this beauty through the mean streets of the San Fernando Valley; I knew I was invincible.

Look at this hot bitch. A 1986 Camaro Sport Coupe. This was my mother's car and for some unknown reason she gave it to my sister. You do not give a 17 year old girl with a head full of aqua net a beautiful sports car. It had bucket seats, and I still remember the all black fabric interior. The charcoal paint was slightly metallic in the sun. Even at eight years old, cruising in the backseat of this beauty through the mean streets of the San Fernando Valley; I knew I was invincible.

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