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1992 Chevrolet Camaro Consumer Discussions

expensive compared to a Cadillac CTSV that has a camaro engine because it costs 30% more, it actually is designed to a different standard. No Mercedes buyer looks under the hood at fasteners. Every ...

1992 Camaro RS, 6 CYL., will not turn over. The fuel pump was replaced about 300 miles ago, which was over 6 months ago. Obviously the car hasn't been driven much, and was sitting in the driveway. A c...

I'd like to first say to all who have pruchased a new 2010 Camaro - CONGRATULATIONS! It is a really sick looking car with a commanding presence on the road. I love the design & of course the ava...

I think you guys may be reading too much into my Camaro experience....

Aspen CM147. 4x35 watts Peak, 4x13.5 watts RMS at less than 1% THD. No seperate amp except for the subwoofer. Some day I will upgrade the front speakers in that '67 Camaro. Right now I have two 3-1/2 ...

Just bought a 1992 Camaro RS 3.1 v6, and am going to have to some serious work to it. Thought I'd join the forum for tips and advice as I go....i'm the purest of definitions of "backyard mechani...

I agree with one of the posters that the Cobalt is a replacement for the Cavalier just like the Aveo replaces the Metro. The Camaro was never replaced... it just went on hiatus (unless you would like ...
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