Dan's Garage
      Collectable & Restorable Chevrolet & GM cars, trucks, & parts from the 40's to the 80's

508 E. Bruneau Ave.     Kennewick, WA 99336
E-mail:        (509) 586-2579 
Tuesday - Friday 10-6       Saturday 10-3       Closed Sunday & Monday

 

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Camaro

Known sometimes as "Pony car" or "Muscle car," the first Chevy Camaro was available for sale in September 1966, for the 1967 model year.   The Chevy Camaro was designed as a direct competitive model to the Ford Mustang announced with great fanfair to the public in June.

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1971 Camaro, 350 4 barrel 1971 Camaro, 350 4 barrel, runs OK, Saginaw 4 speed, manual steering and brakes, needs rear quarters, rougher than a cob,  but it "is what it is."  $4,000  n-497
       
1989 Camero RS 1989 Camaro RS  No engine or trans, otherwise complete. Nice straight body, not rusty, custom wheels.    $1,000  n-462 1978 Camaro LT 1978 Chevy Camaro LT no engine, rusty quarters, but nice black deluxe interior, Turbo 350, tilt, tach and gauges etc  Flowmaster exhaust,  $1,350 or will part out. n-479
       
1979 Camaro Berlinetta 1979 Camaro Berlinetta,  V-8 auto complete, straight body ,not running.              $1,550   As is.  n-439 1979 Camaro Z-28
1979 Camaro Z-28 nice straight, unrusty, rolling body, w/ no engine trans or interior. Hurst T tops, tilt column, posi rear end, I I/8 ' sway bar. Has all correct flares and fender scoops, Includes Hurst tops and correct Z-28 hood. $1,350 n-450
Sorry, this one is sold!
       
1997 Camaro Z-28 30th Anniversary convertible 1997 Camaro Z-28 30th Anniversary convertible, RPO Z4C . Extremely Rare, one of 728 made. This has to be one of the roughest, rattyiest, most neglected examples of one these rare convertibles in existence.  1978 Chevy Camaro LT 1978 Chevrolet Camaro LT - 350/TH350, tilt, AC, tach, gauges, rallys, not running.
$1,350  n-183

The Z-28 has a clear title and is not wrecked or rusty but it's partially disassembled, missing a few small items  and although the engine "looks" rebuilt I have no idea what condition it's in. The car will need a total restoration but it's a must have item for the advanced Camaro collector.   $4,000  n-287  

  
       
       

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