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2013 Hot Wheels Camaro 2LT
CONTACT: Rob, firstname.lastname@example.org or Call (330) 401.2897
Owners: Rob & Michelle Calhoun – OH
1999 Red Camaro Z/28 (T-Tops)
CONTACT: NEOCC Member; Sunny Herron C: 330.722.19five seven E: email@example.com
LOCATION: Brunswick, OH 44212
MILES: 29K Miles
Camaro Lover’s Dream Car, Automatic, Stored Winters, Original Owner (Female), Sport Appearance Package, T-Tops, Leather, Sport Appearance Package, 10 Disc Factory CD Player, leather, all receipts. Loaded, Must See Camaro!
1968 Camaro SS
CONTACT: Mike Gentiluomo C: (216) 659-six4five3 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
1968 Camaro SS……Complete interior /exterior restoration in 2000. 350 small block automatic trans with .373 gears, power steering, disc brakes and a flow master exhaust system. Lemans Blue with “hounds tooth” seats. Engine compartment restoration completed in 2014. Pioneer sound system with bass reflex speakers. American Racing chrome wheels…..call 216-659-6453 for more info. $41k invested (receipts available).. asking $28,000
2012 Camaro 2SS
CONTACT: Nick Mirgliotta C: (330) 840.43zeroeight E: email@example.com
I’ll probably regret this, but it’s time to part ways with my Camaro. Most modifications have been purely aesthetic excluding the exhaust, and intake. The front brake rotors and pads were just replaced at 45k miles, I have new rear pads but haven’t installed them as the current pads/rotors have plenty of life left. Oil changes have been performed every 4k miles with full synth of course. With that said, the car has experienced no mechanical issues but has a 100k mile power-train warranty which will transfer to the new owner. The modifications performed are as listed.
– Coil-overs (lowered 1 inch)
– Full Stainless-Works exhaust (tuned accordingly)
– Cold air intake
– Carbon fiber hood
– Roof painted black
– ZL1 Rims
The car has never seen a winter and very rarely is caught in the rain.
If you have any questions or wish to set up an appointment to see the car, don’t hesitate to call, text or e-mail.
GM High Performance Mufflers
CONTACT: Phil Sherman C: 419.512.39fourzero
They will fit a 2010 – 2015 Chevy Camaro
Stainless Steel set of mufflers with belved edge polished tips
Gently Used with just under 2K miles. These were on a v6 2012 Camaro.
100% of monies to benefit St. Jude Children’s Hospital
BMR Lowering Springs
CONTACT: Ron Harden C: 419.566.96four nine E: firstname.lastname@example.org
2010 – 2015 Chevy Camaro
SP077 – Lowering Spring Kit, Set Of 4, 1.25″ Drop, V8
BMR Suspension components are proudly hand Made In USA by American workers in our manufacturing facility near Tampa, Florida. The cut, bend, notch, drill, weld, mill, powder coat and package all high quality performance components from American-Made DOM and Chrome-Molly steel.
Wheels – Cragar Street Star
CONTACT: Bruce Holzheimer C: 440.668.6179 E: email@example.com
Full set of Cragar Street Star for a Pro Street car. Chrome steel rims. Front 15×4.5 / Rears 15×15 drilled for rim screws. No tires on front, rears still have well used 33×21.50 sportman pros mounted. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or cell/text 440-668-6179. Pic is with rims still installed.
Rear Louvers (Shades) for 5th Gen Camaro
CONTACT: Bruce Holzheimer C: 440.668.6179 E: email@example.com
Selling almost new window louvers (shades) for the rear of a early 5th Gen Camaro. They will fit 2010-2013 Camaros, not sure about later 5th gen. Came off 2010 Camaro, all brackets and screws included. All you will need to do is replace the 3M adhesive for the brackets that mount on the window. Once bracket is mounted, one piece louver attaches with plastic nuts. This makes it removable for easy window cleaning. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or text
440-668-6179. Sometimes I can answer ASAP on calls, leave VM. Texting is fastest.
2010 Camaro 2SS/RS
CONTACT: Matthew Smetana C: 843.412.350two E: email@example.com
LOCATION: South Carolina
MILES: 21,000 K Miles
NEOCC Member’s, 2010 2SS Camaro Kinetic Blue over White custom paint. Engine has been upgraded to include long tube headers, high-flow catalytic converters and GM Performance Parts Exhaust. The Engine compartments features a number of show quality add-ons to include custom fuel rail covers and polished accessories. The interior has been upgraded to include new black and white leather seat covers with SS embroidered into the headrests. A number of interior accessories were added to the interior as well as the trunk. This Camaro also features 20″ chrome aftermarket wheels. Incredible turn key show car ready to go. Must See.
CONTACT: Herb Bittle C: 330.603.9941 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
LOCATION: Cuyahoga Falls, OH
2013 CAMARO ALUMINUM WHEELS AND BF GOODRICH TIRES WITH TMPS SENSORS. I REMOVED THEM FROM MY CAR WITH LESS THAN 3200 MILES ON THEM. EXCELLENT CONDITION.
Seeking 1968 Camaro RS (Blue with Black Vinyl Top, 327 3 Speed)
We’ve been searching for my Mom’s 1st Camaro for quite a few years and are hopeful that we can find it. Lately I’ve been reaching out to facebook groups and as many clubs as I can that might know where it is. I know from the searches that I’ve done that someone in Stark county ohio owns it currently. We did find the one and only pic that she has of it from back when she had it in the early 70’s. This was her first car and the one she wished she never would have sold. We’re just hoping to find it and see how it’s doing these days and let the current owner know that if its ever for sale, we will be glad to buy it back. Please keep us in mind and let us know. It’s vin is 124378N385872. Thanks in advance for any help in our search.
Troy Schafrath 330-327-2795
2000 Z28 Convertible
CONTACT: Joe Rothbrust, email@example.com or Call (440) 4878399
This Camaro is for sale. I don’t drive it because, when it is nice enough to drive a convertible, it’s nice enough to be on my Harley, which is really my true passion. Not cars! Private message me. Serious inquires only!
This is 1 of 904 made like this! Tan Leather interior, Tan Top, 10 disc factory CD changer, 2002 SS Chrome wheels and original wheels.
1996 Red Camaro Z/28
CONTRACT: Robert Blaricom Sr. (330) 883.6495 or Robertblaricom@gmail.com
Around 145,000 miles
New drilled slotted rotors all 4 corners
Founders Performance LCA
Founders Performance Pan Hard Bar
New fuel pump
New starter last summer
Needs front tires and an alignment
T-Tops dont leak
Aftermarket cat back with 3 1/2 inch polished stainless tips nice rumble not to loud
Black leather seats
Car isn’t perfect tear in driver seats door panels a little messed up from previous owners botched window motor install
Car runs good I have had it in Georgia untill last year for 6 years it hasnt seen snow in 7 years no rust
It has some small paint chips and scratches no dents
A little work and car could be real nice not that it isnt in decent shape as it is
I’m open to trades for 4 wheelers dirt bikes side by sides maybe a boat (it it is water ready) no projects
I’m only selling because I promised my wife I would sell it so I could buy my new/used 2011 Camaro
Ship Your Camaro Safely (Written By Jenna Oppenheimer)
The last thing anyone wants to do is entrust their vehicle with strangers. Nevertheless, there are times where shipping a vehicle is inevitable. Actually, every vehicle must be transported at least once within their existence. After a vehicle has been manufactured, it is sent elsewhere. Usually the manufacturer will ship out multiple vehicles to various dealerships at once. As long as you are careful with whom you hire for the job, auto transport services are cost effective and very safe.
Once you have found a reputable business to hire for your Camaro’s shipping services, it is time to prepare for the future transport. The preparation process will be your responsibility. If a successful delivery is to be made, readying the vehicle is extremely helpful. The standard preparation requirements don’t take too long and are rather simple to complete. Of course, if you are shipping overseas, you won’t just need to prepare the Camaro according to the shipping company, but you must comply with the other nation’s auto import policies. Under these circumstances, preparing the vehicle will take much longer.
Standard Preparation Requirements the Owner of the Camaro Is Responsible For:
• Clean out the vehicle. If you are using the RO/RO shipping method, everything but the spare tire, car jack and floor mats must be removed. Vacuum out the Camaro and make sure there isn’t too much weight in it. This could increase the cost of transport.
• Wash and thoroughly clean the exterior of the Camaro. There should be no signs of dirt or debris.
• Remove any items on the vehicle that weren’t original. This could be anything from GPS systems, DVD players and other similar items. If your Camaro is customized, consult with the transport company. You may have to pay a slightly higher rate due to the difficulties faced with shipping customized vehicles and the special equipment that must be used during the transport.
• Check all of the fluids. Top off any fluids that are lower than the fill line except for the fuel. The fuel tank should read ¼ of a tank or less. Fill the tires with air during this process as well.
• Write down any damages that might be present on the Camaro. Whether there are damages or not, take pictures of the vehicle inside and out. This will help you with your final assessment. When the vehicle arrives at its destination, check it over for damages and use your pictures and notes for help. If you notice any marks or harm that wasn’t there before the transport was made, inform the transport company and an insurance claim can be filed.
Ask About Insurance Coverage
You should always ask the transport company about the insurance coverage they carry. It is mandatory for transporters to have insurance to protect the vehicles in their care. As the owner of a Camaro, you want the vehicle to arrive safe and sound at its destination without any harm. The insurance coverage will offer that extra assurance and protection.
If you happen to notice any marks or damage done to the Camaro after it has been delivered, immediately inform the transport company. They will assess the damages and help you file a claim with their insurance company. Always have pictures or documentation of the vehicle’s condition right before its transport. Fortunately, it is very unlikely that you will need to be concerned with filing an insurance claim. Professional transporters are experienced and cautious when it comes to an automobile’s delivery process.
For more information on shipping your Camaro or to get a free quote visit http://www.a1autotransport.com.
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