Camaro not a Challenger.

I've seen people call this car a Challenger a million times, it surprises me how they don't see the difference between Camaros and Challengers (guess it's the headlights). Camaros are short and stubby, Challengers are wider and longer and have a lower stance. The grille is shaped and styled very much like a Camaro and the sides have simple lines like the Camaro (the Challenger has wavier lines). Besides that the name, Super Sport badges, and it being made by Declasse suggest this even further.--Thescarydude 14:42, 1 July 2009 (UTC)

To be honest, it looks more like a Skyline GT-R 1st/2nd Gen rather than a Camaro.

Ratonbox 12:23, August 5, 2010 (UTC)

That's a pretty terrible comparison. I swear a lot of people don't examine the cars thoroughly enough. I don't know why most the classic cars in GTA have the mirrors placed Japanese-style though.--Thescarydude 14:39, August 5, 2010 (UTC)

It shows much more influence from the First Gen Toyota Celica GT 2 door, then the Camaroes or Cudas. For one the Camaroes had only two head lights, same with the Cuda's. The Celica had 4. Also the Japanese style mirrors were on come Celicas. Grundelstomp 17:10, October 31, 2011 (UTC)

On another note

Perhaps we should add the fact that the alarms of Vigeros (beater variant) can be triggered by opening the door rather than smashing a window? Maxaxle 23:39, October 13, 2010 (UTC)

Celica not a Camaro

File:1971 toyota celica gt.jpg
See the pics. Grundelstomp 17:24, October 31, 2011 (UTC)

Beater Variant

I think this article needs images of the beater variant in Grand Theft Auto IV. Meraj: look >> talk >> stalk 11:14, July 5, 2019 (UTC)

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