be ready for 99% of the posts to include how to drive your own car nice car though and it looks to be modded more then whats in your sig. i just wish my parents wouldve got me an LS1 when i was 16, all i got was a 1986 Camaro with a 383 in it looks like your sweet 16 is off to a great start
__________________ 2004 Corvette Z06-stock-18K miles added 2/24/2011
1999 Black Trans Am- TOTALED
Kooks headers w/ Kooks catted Y and GMMG exhaust, BMR subframe connectors, 24K trannycooler, SLP lid and countless coats of Zaino
NIce lookin SS, at least you now know that your parents have great taste in cars and trust how you are going to drive. Take care of her shell get loose on ya if you dont watch out, I dont wanna have to see you posting that you got in a wreck in it.
Nice car. Ignore all the jealous ****** who are about to ***** this thread. In a perfect world people would realize nobody gives a **** what they have to say about your situation, but this world is far from perfect. I predict the rest of this thread will demonstrate that.
Very nice ride.
Be safe and get that beaSSt lowered.
__________________ 2000 SS #1827,NBM,A4,leather,t-tops,lid,eibach springs,hotchkis lca's,slp lid,slp cold air induction,slp loudmouth,baer brakes up front,13.11@107 on street tires...time for the cam and intake to be installed
Nice car. I dont know what kind of person you are really and I dont think people who dont know you have a right to tell you HOW to drive your car, but I will offer some advice to you from my own experience.
Dont floor it in corners
Dont do anything in the car to impress someone you wouldnt do while you were alone
Dont get to cocky--there is always someone faster
Dont let bird crap set on it for more than a day because it etches paint like a ****
Check your oil if you race it a lot at every other gas fill-up
Dont tell people you have a 'vette just b/c the motor/tranny are VERY! similar
^ That about covers all I learned from my friends and from owning a Trans Am/Mustang GT.
Just remember... and it's for you to actually think about... that car will get you up to 100mph very quick. You can imagine what a crash test dummy would go through at that speed.... watch it around corners, don't put yourself in a position in life where the car has lost traction, you're sliding into an unknown fate, and you're wishing you never laid eyes on that Camaro... be careful is all I'm saying.
I wouldn't say it if I didn't care. ~Joshua
Congrats on the the gift, your parent must really love you.