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Old Sep 24th, 07, 02:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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'93-'96 Camaro

What am I doing wrong? Whose back do I need to scratch to get some help? Surely someone has a stock 93-96 Camaro can help me out. I desperatley I need someone with a '93-'96 camaro to feel behind both rear wheels (opposite the tire thread) and let me know what the surface is their wheel well. What it is made of on the Driver side compared to the Passenger side?
Please, that's all I need and I'll leave you'all alone.


I have all metal on passenger side, (front, top and Back) I guess because of the spare tire compartment. On the Driver side it is 2/3 metal (front and top) and back 1/3 plastic (Back part of Wheel well).
Does anyone else have this configureation?

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Old Sep 25th, 07, 07:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The drivers side on mine has a plastic panel that covers the fuel fill piping etc.Passengers side is undercoated steel all the way down.

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Old Sep 25th, 07, 07:26 PM   #3 (permalink)
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What am I doing wrong? Whose back do I need to scratch to get some help? Surely someone has a stock 93-96 Camaro can help me out. I desperatley I need someone with a '93-'96 camaro to feel behind both rear wheels (opposite the tire thread) and let me know what the surface is their wheel well. What it is made of on the Driver side compared to the Passenger side?
Please, that's all I need and I'll leave you'all alone.


I have all metal on passenger side, (front, top and Back) I guess because of the spare tire compartment. On the Driver side it is 2/3 metal (front and top) and back 1/3 plastic (Back part of Wheel well).
Does anyone else have this configureation?
Look, not many on here have later GEN Camaros. If they do, give them time they will chime in shortly....I have never even been around a 93-96 Camaro enough to know much about anything except the motor(V8) and tranny's...
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Old Sep 26th, 07, 05:44 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Go over to LS1tech.com and Camaross.com and ask your question there.
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Old Sep 26th, 07, 03:21 PM   #5 (permalink)
 
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Mat, Hylton, Wiskeesour,
Thanks for responding. Mat described his Camaro exactly as mine is. I was way worried that something happened to the drivers wheel well housing.
After Mat said his was plastic as is mine I don't need to bother anyone anymore. I was going to a junk yard and try to find one.

I will take your advise and give the members more time.
I think as our 4th gen. cars get older more of us will join. The 4th gen. are a good looking car, and I think some people will start saving them cause not all of so can afford a 60's Camaro.
Again thanks for feeling my pain!
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Old Sep 26th, 07, 03:25 PM   #6 (permalink)
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These cars are going to be great collector cars in the future because they just are fantastic packages that got unnoticed by the consumer when they were available. They are good looking, powerful, reliable (except the PW motors), good on gas and are fairly exclusive (many of them are rare).
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Old Sep 26th, 07, 03:32 PM   #7 (permalink)
 
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Hylton,
Thank you.
I am going to get a pic of my camaro and post it for you/all to see.
And I will fill out my bio.
From what you say I feel you are a good guy! Will read some of your post.
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Old Sep 26th, 07, 07:46 PM   #8 (permalink)
 
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Correct on the Metal and Plastic. I have a 96 SS for over 3 Years now it is My favorite Car for driving it is powerful, great handling and gets 19 MPG mostly city driving and 22-24 Hwy with auto trans with A/C on all the time. I am looking for a 2000-2002SS locally as I sold My 68SS which was a great Car but I couldn't drive it because it hurt My old broken down Back and I have no trouble driving 4th Gen F-Bodies. I will still keep My eye and Mind open to another first Gen if it is Modified one with supportive seats and upgraded suspension. I would have modified My 68SS to Pro Touring or Resto Mod but I didn't have the heart to change the original appearence, so I sold it to a Guy who is able to drive it and enjoy it and leave stock appearing.
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