SOLD -- 1979 10th Anniversary FOR SALE $12,000
This 1979 Daytona Pace Trans Am is available for $12,000 We have restored this car inside and out and it really is an amazing Trans Am. Set to the musicof "The Cars" Let the good times roll" Enjoy the video and maybe this could just be your next Trans Am!
SEAT RECOVERING "How To" Remove the Front Upper Seat Cover Camaro Trans Am 1970 - 1981
This video shows how to remove the factory seat cover on the upper front seat back of your 1970 - 1981 Camaro and Trans Am. This is one of 16 videos which show start to finish how to refinish your seats at home! You can buy the entire series on DVD from Fbodywarehouse. www.Fbodywarehouse.com also offers a full selection of seat related parts both new and used.
SEAT RECOVERING SERIES "How To" Seperate the Upper & Lower Front Seats Camaro & Trans Am
This video highlights removing the upper front seat from the lower front seat on your 1970 - 1981 Camaro and Trans Am Firebird. This shows how to remove the trim panels & bun covers and also the mechanical aspects of the seat hinge area. This is a part of a 16 video series to show you 100% step by step instruction on recovering your Camaro or TA seats at home! All videos are on You Tube and also available on DVD at www.Fbodywarehouse.com Fbodywarehouse also carries all of the products shown in this video.
1992 Chevrolet Camaro 2D Convertible RS (V8)
The Camaro is a two-door, rear-wheel drive sports/muscle car produced and designed by General Motors under the Chevrolet badge. The 1992 Camaro represented the 25th anniversary of the Camaro, and all 1992 Camaro's came equipped with special 25th anniversary badging. The RS, or Rally Sport, was the base model of the 1992 Camaro. The 1992 Camaro was also the last year of the third-generation Camaro styling, as a new body style was introduced in 1993. Engine The standard engine in the 1992 Camaro RS was a 3.1-liter V-6. The engine made 140 horsepower and 180 foot-pounds of torque. This engine achieved an estimated 15 mpg in the city and 24 mpg on the highway. An optional upgrade to a 5.0-liter V-8 engine that made 170 horsepower and 255 foot-pounds of torque was also available. Features The 1992 Camaro RS was available in either a coupe or a convertible body style. Standard features included a four-wheel ABS braking system, a five-speed manual transmission and an AM/FM radio with tape deck. Optional upgrades included leather seats, a four-speed automatic transmission and a CD player. Dimensions The 1992 Camaro RS was 193 inches long, 72 inches wide and 50 inches tall. The stock weight of the car was 3,105 pounds for the coupe, and the convertible weighed slightly more.