[Some Camaro fans are finding that out right now as some Chevrolet dealers add a “market adjustment price” to the 2010 Camaro that’s sitting on their lot. Some Chevrolet dealers have no problem selling the cars for MSRP, but in today’s market some dealers need every dollar they can make to keep the lights on. In some cases the market is driving some markups. As you know there are folks that have to be the first on the block, or the first in the car club to have the latest performance car and they will stop at nothing to get it.
Our advice to those that can wait is to wait. Let the “big spenders” pay the $25,000 and up market adjustment for the first 2010 Camaro. In six months we believe prices will start to fall. You might have to drive three states over to purchase a car but affordable 2010 Camaros should be around in November.]
above just copied and pasted from another forum
but i find it interesting that this is going on
i talked to a friend who is always cruising the car lots and he said a new camara on the lot sticker was 29000 but it had a 3500 dollar mark up for a total of 32500