A: sell that bull
Q: Chevrolet CAMARO????????
Okay i dont know much about american cars so whats going on about the chevrolet going out of business???
Also i heard the camaro is hitting the market in 2010 and will be having 300 and 420hp. How much will it be in canadian dollars???
A: Chevrolet is not going out of business and the Camaro will start showing up at dealerships in spring 2009. These will be pre-ordered vehicles. There is a lot of info on them at different sites. Check out autoblog.com and search for 2010 camaro.
Q: Where can I find a replacement front bumper and grille for a White 1991 Chevrolet Camaro RS?
My 1991 Chevrolet Camaro is too low to the ground (bought it that way) and certain spots in the road catch my bumper and scrape the paint off. I do not need a new bumper because of the paint, I need it because my present bumper is cracked... I also need a grille because mine has been completely destroyed...
Thanks in advance!
A: Car is over 10 years old, so Chevy is not obligated to provide replacement parts anymore.
Check your local auto salvage yard. They should be able to hook you up. They network together to distribute parts nationwide.
Q: What engines would be a good replacement for a Chevrolet Camaro z28 old engine?
I want to know which modern engines are good for a 1979 Chevrolet Camaro z28?
A: Depending on your budget, you can't go wrong with a Gen III engine. You can go anywhere from the 5.7 LS1 to the 7.0 C5R engine. YearOne makes a kit to put this engine in your car! (link below)
There are several advantages to these engines. First, the head design of these engines is superior to Gen 1 and 2 engines, especially for power on a budget. A traditional SBC has 23 degree heads, while a Gen 3 has 15 degree for better airflow. Second, the LS1 (5.7), LS2 (6.0), LS3 (6.2), LS6 (5.7), and LS7 (7.0) are all aluminum engines...and will shave about 150 lbs off the front of your car, assuming you have an iron block/head engine now. That might not seem like a lot, but believe me, you will notice the difference. Third, they are fuel injected and will give great throttle response and fuel mileage. Also, if you could find a wrecked car to get parts from, you could get an ECU, transmission and engine together and make life simple. Just to give you an idea about power and economy, my 99 Formula has an LS1 that delivers 440hp to tires, it has a 4L60E automatic, and 3.23 gears. The car will go 11.6 in the quarter all motor, 10.7 on bottle, and gets 26 mpg on the highway with the cruise set at 70...with the a/c on! The car now has 88,000 miles and has been driving fairly hard since 20,000. It has been well maintained, but not babied...it's still going strong.
Q: how much does a 2002 Chevrolet camaro SS hatchback cost ?
I wan toget a 2002 chevrolet camaro hatchback in good shape,good milage, 4 or 5 seater, and all that other stuff.
A: alright, first off,this is a question you should research yourself. second, camaros don't come in 5 seaters bud. and what is so special about a 2002? 2001's are just as good, so are 2000's and 1999's (98's have electrical problems).
Q: Chevrolet Camaro?
my fuel pump is not getting any power, and the fuse hasnt blown. Where could the problem be in the line?
I know its not the pump or the filter because I just replaced both
I want to check the "Fuel pump/Oil pressure switch sender" but dontknow where it is. where is it!? lol
A: Unless you've checked the fuse with a meter don't rule it out. I have been fooled by fuses that looked good but read open with a meter. Not uncommon for them to blow in such a way as to not be visible. If you have a volt meter, check the voltage on both sides of the fuse, that way you'll know if the fuse is good and if you have voltage up to at least that point.
Q: How much is a 1980 chevrolet camaro worth?
It's a 1980 chevrolet camaro Coupe (2 door).
Rear-wheel drive (RWD)
Fuel Type Gasoline
Was 350ci 4 speed car with t-tops.
Now just a roller
I am considering buying it?
Its manual, when i get it fixed up can i make it automatic?
also what questions should i ask about the car?
A: "A Roller"? That leaves a lot open to interpretation. If its just a "roller", it could mean the interior's shot, the wiring's mangled or missing, not to mention a bunch of small miscellaneous parts that may or may not be easy/cheap to replace. A "roller" means you had better be prepared to work to get this car on the road again.
If the body is in good shape, with most/all the parts there, and there's no rust, then it may be worth 1200 or so, but even that's a pretty wide guesstimate. There's no "numbers matching" - nothing to really make that Z28 all that special in terms of future collectibility.
Questions to ask - ask as many as you can, and get yourself physically under that car. Look for solid rear frame rails, rust in the trunk, foot wells (particularly in the driver's side and rear, where the plugs can rust out). Also, look for rust at the base of the rear window, and rusting in the quarters and inside the rear wheel housings. The frame rails, if rusted, are a clear indication you should avoid this car like the plague. Look for signs of poor repairs, excess bondo - these cars are regular recipients of gallons of the stuff.
You can make the car an automatic fairly easily - although that would be taking a lot of fun out of that car - a four speed second gen is a blast.
Q: When will the Chevrolet Camaro be released in the UK?
When will the Chevrolet Camaro be released in the Uk and what will the price be?
A: Right now, GM is concentrating on the US and Canadian market. There are no plans as if yet to export to other countries. If you didn't know, there is a huge demand for 2010 Camaro's and GM cannot keep up with demand. There are at least 100 customers a day coming into my dealership wanting to buy new Camaros and we only get about one a day.
Q: Which car looks better out of the Chevrolet Camaro and the Chevrolet Corvette?
Which car looks better out of the Chevrolet Camaro and the Chevrolet Corvette?
i know the performance differences but i heard about the Camaro Z28 and i know the Corvette has the ZR1 but i wouldnt mind the performance difference but which car would you rather have
A: You should also consider that such a car may be expensive to insure. Check your insurance rates before buying one, for example here - carinsurance.yoll.net
Q: Is it possible to swap a 1991 Chevrolet Camaro's front bumper (the part underneath the grille) for a '87 model?
I have a 1991 Chevrolet Camaro and when I go over speed bumps, the bumper scrapes the ground... Someone has offered to swap me for their 1987 Camaro bumper... I am wondering if I can use the '87 model or not...
A: check with a body shop to see if the application of the other one will work. I dislike scraping bumpers too, it's annoying.
Q: What is the Miles Per Gallon (MPG) of a 1995 Chevrolet Camaro v6?
What is the Miles Per Gallon (MPG) of a 1995 Chevrolet Camaro v6?
Please list both city and highway - www.fueleconomy.gov does not have the Camaro listed anymore, for some odd reason.
And I laugh at mullet jokes so bring 'em on! :)
A: 16 mpg in town. 19 on the freeway. If you coax it along and don't punch the gas, the V6 could do 20 all day. No one with a Camaro ever drives slow, tho.
Q: What's the song played in the movie Transformers whn the old yellow car transforms into new Chevrolet Camaro?
I Like the music played in the Movie Transformers(2007) during Sam's old car transforms into the new Chevrolet Camaro . Can anyone tell me the song name, artist name etc.?
A: Hey that song is Tomoyasu Hotei - Battle without honour or humanity, i was looking for it too a while back after watching Kill Bill, great song!
Coolest scene ever
Q: Which is the BEST version of the Chevrolet Camaro? The 3rd, 4th or 5th generation?
Which is the BEST version of the Chevrolet Camaro? The 3rd, 4th or 5th generation?
A: Well being 5th gen aint out in mass pro yet. It's hard to rate those just based on what road test info is out there.
Best can mean alot..
There's no one generation camaro that does everything well.
1st and second gen had the power (up till '74 at least), but didn't handle too well,
The later 4th gens had the power
The third gen had the best handling out of all of them, but power in stock form sucked..
Third gen and 1st gen was the lightest ones
Second gen was the heaviest
To me, based on opinion the second gen had the best looks
The 4th gen was the hardest to work on, and mod
The third and 4th gens had the weakest rear ends
As you see, it just depends on what your looking for..
Myself I wanted light weight, good handling, and quick 1/4 mile times..
So I started with a 1988 camaro (third gen) and modded it to fit my needs.. Rebuild 350 (355), 10.18:1 compression, 4bbl carb, th-400 trans, 2800 stall, ford 9" rear with 3.89 gears, re worked suspension, etc, etc and got a street car that handles like its on rails, drive it anywhere, run 11.40's @ 118 at the drag strip
Q: YOUR Personal Opinions on the Chevrolet Camaro or Dodge Challenger?
I can't decide on which cars to get; its between the Chevrolet Camaro or Dodge Challenger.
Though I was curious about what other people think of the cars in general.
ANY OPINIONS are welcomed. =)
A: love em both...
Q: What game that features the 5th gen chevrolet camaro?
What games that features the Fifth-Generation Chevrolet Camaro as a drivable car(or at least look alike, and what's the name in that game)?(On PS3, PSP, Wii, or, PS2)
FYI:It's Bumblebee's second car form in the Transformers Movie.
And here's the info:
A: playable bonus car in the video games Need for Speed: Carbon, and Need for Speed: ProStreet.