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Welcome to The Restoration Shop!
This is an informal area for information relating to restoring classic Camaros. This 'shop' is open for use by all and includes many features to help your restoration.
On Restoration, with Skip Cain
- - Part One - Not for the Politically Correct.
- - Part Two - Restification.
- - Part Three- Rust Never Sleeps.
- - Part Four - Painting Your Restored Classic
- - Part Five - Engine and Undercarriage Detailing
- Bulleted List of Option Codes
- Dealer & Zone Codes - finding out where your Camaro was delivered new.
- G.M. of Canada through their Vintage Vehicle Services department are able to provide vehicle build info such as rpo's, original engine id numbers, production date, trim and paint codes, production numbers and engineering specifications on all Canadian built or sold Camaros.
- New! Decoding the date of Snap-On and Blue-Point Tools
- The Tech Reference Series
- Setting Speedometers (chart guide)
- Tips on storing your Classic for the winter.
The Big Purchase
- Advice on Buying a Camaro
Camaro Related Books and Manuals
This section offers Books for Sale, Reviews and Ratings.
Automotive Calculation Programs
All the following available from this link
- Aerodynamic and Rolling Horsepower
- Acceleration Simulation
- Best Differential Gear
- Best Header Tube Length
- Battery Cold-Cranking Amp Estimater
- Battery Cold-Cranking Amp Temp. Adj.
- Compression Ratio Calculation
- Compression Ratio HP Change
- Engine Displacement
- Engine Displacement Conversion
- Driveshaft Velocity
- HP / Highway Dyno
- Effective Tire Diameter
- ET and MPH Environmental Correction
- Flow - Horsepower/RPM Predictor
- HP / Holley Jet Correction
- Optimum Intake Runner
- Miles-Per-Gallon Estimation
- Fuel injector Sizing
- Engine "Rough" Horsepower
- RPM - MPH
- RPM Range Computator
- Shifting Point Calculator
- Speedometer Calibration
These excellent utilities from the Team Chevelle website will help with your project.
- Visual Basic programs by Jeffery Kennebeck.