2014 Z-28 Camaro

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helz yeah!!! how soon til this is in styrene???

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Love it

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I do like it

helz yeah!!! how soon til this is in styrene???

I would say 10-30 years from now :lol:

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Its about time they caught up to the Mustang. And I guess this means the Corvette's tail lights are no longer Camaro-like... ;)

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It's a nice MCE that will do until the 6th gen on Alpha comes out in a few years. I like the tail lights, kind of a '69 styling cue w/ the 3 elements. Nice to see the Z/28 name return.

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I like it, other than the wheels.

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makes me wish I would have been putting my extra cash into the bank instead of model kits and parts for my 78 Z28 could of put a nice chunk of chang down on a new one. No its a nice looking car but think I'll stick to my second gen Z 28 Camaro, besides mine has a 468

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helz yeah!!! how soon til this is in styrene???

I suspect Round 2/AMT will have a curbside by 2015....Revell is so slow on new stuff they probably will get one out in 2017 after the 6th gen is out a year.. :(

Edited by Rob Hall

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I dont like it at all. I will stick with my 2011, and probly trade it on a 2013 SS in the spring here. not a big fan of the tail lights.... actually hate them, as well as the skinny grill

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I'll see your Camaro and raise you a 2014 Ford Mustang Shelby 1000. Pumping 950 HP for Street Trim or Track Only 1,100 HP Super Charged.

http://www.motorauthority.com/news/1074565_shelby-showing-1000-hp-mustang-in-new-york

Regardless... That Camaro is a beauty.

Already a thread posted about it here

http://www.modelcarsmag.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=72865

I suspect Round 2/AMT will have a curbside by 2015....Revell is so slow on new stuff they probably will get one out in 2017 after the 6th gen is out a year.. :(

Rob, I dont know, thats really not that far away really, I think 2020 or later is better, cuz well all, If it aint from the 50s, Revell wont want to kit it

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Already a thread posted about it here

http://www.modelcarsmag.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=72865

Rob, I dont know, thats really not that far away really, I think 2020 or later is better, cuz well all, If it aint from the 50s, Revell wont want to kit it

True..there are still plenty of 32 Ford and 57 Chevy variations for them to do....

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Sorry about the duplicate "thread/post". Just making a statement.

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Sorry about the duplicate "thread/post". Just making a statement.

No worries ;)

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GM: People got mad we put Camaro tailights on a Vette unfortunately we ran out of said tailights using them on the new Corvette but its not all bad we just bought out a 10 year supply of Daewoo tailights.

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I like the new look, but the hood vent reminds me of the one my Lebaron had............

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Wow. A very sharp car!

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helz yeah!!! how soon til this is in styrene???

I suspect Round 2/AMT will have a curbside by 2015....Revell is so slow on new stuff they probably will get one out in 2017 after the 6th gen is out a year.. :(

If they dove in with both feet and 100% commitment starting today, it'd be at least 2 years, that's just simply how long it takes to make a model kit from concept to store shelves.

I would expect DoAllSer/AMT to do a promo since they're actually receiving input and design information from GM, instead of Revell, which gets none. Revell would have to wait until the 1:1 is on the street, then go out and find one to measure (or do it the old school way and work from published photographs, but that ain't gonna cut it these days...)

Edited by Brett Barrow

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I really like this. Looks alot better than there first attempt at a newer Camaro. Tail lights and head lights really look better. Got a mean look to it.

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If they dove in with both feet and 100% commitment starting today, it'd be at least 2 years, that's just simply how long it takes to make a model kit from concept to store shelves.

I would expect DoAllSer/AMT to do a promo since they're actually receiving input and design information from GM, instead of Revell, which gets none. Revell would have to wait until the 1:1 is on the street, then go out and find one to measure (or do it the old school way and work from published photographs, but that ain't gonna cut it these days...)

What's a 'DoAllSer' ? Revell's lead times for new kits is absurd, esp. considering how fast Fujimi and Aoshima are able bring new models to market. I can understand if it is the corporate access, because Revell used to be able to bring new subjects to market in a timely manner--IIRC, the '97 Ford F-series kits, '99 Mustang Cobra, '99 Silverado all came to market in reasonable times, as did the '05 Mustang, Corvette, etc. Yet more recent subjects like the '10 Mustang GT and Shelby came out two years late. It's a non-issue for 40-70 year old subjects, but for current subjects it matters to be timely. DIecast companies release new subjects in a timely manner...

Edited by Rob Hall

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Can it really be a Z-28 without T-tops?

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I dont care for the styling myself, It reminds me too much of a 300M only in a two door version. Camaro had the best body lines 67-70 1/2. That's just my personal preference. :) Not to start trouble...

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I dont care for the styling myself, It reminds me too much of a 300M only in a two door version. Camaro had the best body lines 67-70 1/2. That's just my personal preference. :) Not to start trouble...

67 to 81....Got a 77 at home ready for a redo.....

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