Recommendations on foldable one-rail motorcycle trailer?
meyerjme at gmail.com
Mon Feb 25 14:12:38 PST 2008
A '70 Camino as a daily driver? Is it an SS? Definitely on the list.
However, if I were going to go for one of those Aussie autos it would have
been Pontiac's GTO of the Holden (a modern day sleeper). Nevertheless, I
need something more practical for the time being. Curiosity - what kind of
gas mileage are you getting out of the Camino?
On 2/25/08, John <spam at onlineconcepts.com> wrote:
> Jake Meyer wrote:
> > Haha... thanks for the advice. I am thinking of getting into
> racing. It
> > appears to be more fun and, in a way, safer than the street. At the
> > time, I need a new daily driver. With my entire commute being highway
> > driving, I figured I'd go for a light truck that can take my bike to and
> > from the track and still get 26mpg for my daily commute. Still, my last
> > was/is a muscle car so gas will be cheaper no matter what!
> You should combine your love of muscle cars with the need for a pickup
> truck and get an El Camino! I'm kinda kidding. I am learning quickly
> that you can't consider a 38-year-old vehicle a daily driver. Also,
> forget about good gas mileage. Luckily, I ride my bike to work most
> On a serious note, GM will release a Camino-esque vehicle at the New
> York Auto Show. It's a sporty package with a 300+ HP V8 for $31K.
> Pontiac G8 ST Is Coming to the New York Auto Show
> Here's a review of the Australian model on which this is based.
> I'm looking to squeeze my SV into the back of my El Camino using a Pit
> Bull trailer restraint. I'll post pics somewhere if/when I get that
> '99 SV650
> '98 VFR800
> '70 El Camino
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