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Where to find Camaro parts

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Discover where to find the parts you need for your Camaro.

Have you been searching high and low for where to find Camaro parts? Look no further. Here is a list of a variety of places to find Camaro and other automotive parts, for antique or new cars, from online and catalog dealers, local and national auto parts stores. Additionally, you'll discover a list of books and online tutorials with step-by-step instructions on how to restore a Camaro.

Order Camaro Parts Online

When in doubt, go straight to the top of class. As the recognized leader in GM restoration for classic Camaros, Classic Industries offers hard-to-find Camaro parts for 1967, 1968 and 1969 models, as well as parts for younger models. Order online, from the Camaro parts catalog, or by phone. From AC/heating components to audio components or exterior body parts, you'll discover everything you need to repair Camaros from specialty online stores.

At an online source for Camaro parts, merchandise will be searchable and conveniently arranged by year, making this one of the easiest options for locating a specific part. Online Camaro parts stores also offer an extensive line of accessories, from floor mats to decals, electronics, seat covers and license plates. The Classic Industries Camaro catalog is known as "the car Bible" for Camaro owners.

Eckler's Camaro is a popular dealer featuring parts for 1970 through 2010 models. Like other Camaro specialists, this online resource has Camaro accessories, reproduction and restoration parts, upgrade accessories, and hi-performance additions.





Many Camaro enthusiasts troll online auction sites, like Ebay, and online classifieds like Craigslist. AutoTrader.com is a resource for entire automobiles. Aftermarket Camaro parts and original Camaro parts can be found listed in individual auctions, in a wide array of conditions. Look at photographs carefully and contact sellers if you have any questions. Many people who specialize in rebuilding classic automobiles also look for "junk" cars that can be purchased, towed and used for parts. For a large scale restoration, it may take three or more "parts cars" to rebuild one classic Camaro. Ebay allows registered users to set "alerts" for specific items, so that auctions don't go unnoticed.

Where to Find Camaro Parts Locally

You can find Camaro parts, especially batteries or another basic parts, tires, waxes and accessories, from local stores such as Auto Zone, Sears or even Wal Mart.

If your Camaro is an antique restoration project, you may try local junk yards, bargain and auto trader magazines, or the classifieds section of your local newspaper as well. If you have a good relationship with an auto body mechanic, he or she may be able to locate the part for you through networking channels.

How to Restore a Camaro

There are numerous books written on the subject of Camaro restoration and where to find Camaro parts. There are also several online tutorials and articles. Among these are the two references given below, from Popular Mechanics magazine and Auto Revival.com. One bit of advice that's usually given for auto restorations is that when you take off an old part, keep it for future reference. It can be helpful to use a code for matching auto parts to their location on the vehicle by writing on both pieces with chalk.

These two guides are full of such tips, as well as step-by-step instructions for those who want to restore a Camaro. You may also find resource materials on Camaro restoration at the library, online, or from a specialty parts retailer.

Resources:
The Auto Restoration Knowledge Blog
Camaro Restorations

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