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    Default Leftover New 2013 Camaro

    I have bought leftovers in the past, but not a 2 year left over. Besides the tires having a flat spot do you guys see any issues? I can buy it for almost $11K off the sticker and is has less than 100 miles on it.

    It's the correct color and a 6 speed manual, just missing a spoiler.

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    Nope get new tires, new battery installed, fill it with Supreme to dilute the bad gas in it.

    Then drive it like you stole it. Its under warranty
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    How long do you plan to keep it?

    If it's not a long-term purchase, I avoid holdovers as the future buyer & bank won't care about when you bought it.

    I'd look for current pricing of used 2013's to gauge if that $11k off sticker is a deal or not, because as soon as you drive it off the lot, those cars will be what you're up against for resale.
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    With a 14 year old and 12 year old the we will keep it till the wheels fall off.

    Used in our area is about $3K more than I can buy this one for.

    Don't think at this price they will put new tires on, but if bad my local dealer might warranty them.

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    get it & send it down here for my 15 yr old daughter to break it in.

    One suggestion for that car in Columbus: get a set of snow tires for the rear end. I had a 5.0 Mustang when living up that way as a young driver and spent more on tow trucks in yr 1 than I did the next 3 after putting the snow tires on. No wrecks, just spinning tires . . .

    Post up some pics of this bad boy & some real happy kids!
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfeman131 View Post
    get it & send it down here for my 15 yr old daughter to break it in.

    One suggestion for that car in Columbus: get a set of snow tires for the rear end. I had a 5.0 Mustang when living up that way as a young driver and spent more on tow trucks in yr 1 than I did the next 3 after putting the snow tires on. No wrecks, just spinning tires . . .

    Post up some pics of this bad boy & some real happy kids!
    Wife and I break it in well and if it was up to her it would be an SS. But that will end up in a ditch the first time it snows. For the first 2 winters it won't see the snow, the third it will get snow tires.




    Waiting on the dealer to call me back. Then I will have to decide to tow it back or fly to Detroit (really don't want to get on a plane)

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    looks awesome! just don't fly thru Dallas.
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