It's either a 305 or a 350.
Check the 8th digit of the VIN. ("H"=305 "L"=350)
Lots of good info about 81 Camaros here. --> https://www.nastyz28.com/camaro/camaro81.html
It looks like the emissions equipment is still in place. (except for a PCV valve)
The distributor and carb are the computer...
That picture is 15 years old too.
The covers hid a couple of cracks in the lenses.
I've replaced the tail lights since then and I no longer use the blackouts.
It was always a pain taking the center section out from between the two side pieces to put gas in the car or open the trunk.
Welcome to NastyZ28! :cool:
My first car was a 65 Ford Custom. (4 dr, 3 on the tree, 240 6cyl)
My second car was a 78 Camaro.
NPD will be your best supplier for a 79-81 dash pad. (Black only)...
You want 71-74 tracks.
70 seat tracks are very hard to find.
If nobody posts some for you... Reproductions are available.
I have no personal experience with them.
AND... They are sold as 70-74 tracks because they will fit (but not correct for a 70)...
It's an immaculate looking car but... Wow! :eek:
The paint looks like a base/clear repaint rather than a 40+ year old single stage.
Curious... Do all 81 models have that little bumper at the top of the doors?
Replacing the guts of the clock with a quartz mechanism is cheaper than that.
The oil pressure gauge swap has been done many times.
GuageMarks (a site sponsor) does this work also.
If you're handy... You can do it yourself with a...