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Manual brakes work fine and give you a good feel of the road. I've been driving mine for 50 years with no issues.
I'd get the year correct one.
I keep my limited use Camaro garaged and covered. I ordered a Covercraft CA16PD, size G3, 8 years ago (I got it at that time through JC Whitney)....
FWIW, I know some use the terms interchangeably but they should be bias-belted, not bias-ply.
FWIW, there was a chart in either MT or C&D a year or so back showing the best bang for the buck of numerous crate engines. The LS3 came out on...
Finding the crossover can be a problem
You asked if numbers matching matters and it does. There is value associated with numbers matching. That doesn't mean that a highly modified car...
RPO was U80 Speaker, rear seat, installed 20,583, cost $14.75
110,779 AM radios installed
FWIW, when I ordered mine in 70 I specifically told them to leave it off.
Dont just bolt on the 'bumperetts'. Replace the grill area, facia and lights.
They are OK but they have their limits and I'm afraid yours passed it.
If you are going to do it, at least do it right.
People bought the Camaro for style and handling, not always for acceleration numbers, and did not want to pay for premium gas.
FWIW, its incorrect to refer to these era tires as 'bias ply'. Bias ply's were phased out in the 60's in favor of 'bias belted'.
You might be on to something Jim. I put a charger (Genius G1100) on it and it indicated a 50% charge. The battery is only 5 months old and the...