Talk:Chevrolet Camaro/Archive 16-Jan-2006

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This older information from the Talk page is now archived as of 16 January 2006. --BRossow 18:38, 16 January 2006 (UTC)


Che

I removed the contribution about Che since (a) it's unsubstantiated, and (b) trivia about a person, in my opinion, belongs on that person's article, not scattered around the Wikipedia. —Morven 18:40, 17 May 2004 (UTC)

1967?

Why does the paragraph start out: Based not on the compact Chevrolet Nova but the other way around, four distinct generations of the car were produced.? Is there something about the Nova/Camaro connection that I should know? And, I presume that these four generations refer to models throughout the entire history of the car—why is this mentioned here? Can someone with some experience (or more experience than I) clean this up? Thanks --Milkmandan 23:27, 2005 Jan 1 (UTC)

Well, the GM X platform was based on the GM F platform for starters... And both came out at the same time... --SFoskett 23:57, Jan 1, 2005 (UTC)

Camaro production in quebec

the name of the town where the production plant was in quebec was in boisbriant, although it could have been known as ste-therese. but media & locals who refer to it was as boisbriant.

Summary?

Anyone else think that the summary adds nothing of value to the article, is poorly worded, and should either be removed or completely rewritten? I don't think an article of this nature necessitates a summary. And I certainly mean NO offense to whoever originally wrote this summary — I just don't think it belongs here. --BRossow 16:38, 8 January 2006 (UTC)

Removed it, put some of it at the top. It just wasn't flowing with the 'pedia style. —Camaro96 23:52, 11 January 2006 (UTC)
I definitely agree on removing the summary, though I wonder if the part that's left really fits that well. Ayocee 16:03, 16 January 2006 (UTC)