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  1. Engine
    Hi all! I have a 1968 Camaro with I believe the 250. A few weeks ago, I did replace both the inline gas filter and the one at the carburetor, but car ran fine after that. Got the car inspected, took it for an hour drive, got a full tank of gas and car has been sitting since then. I just...
  2. Wheels & Tires
    Greetings! I am new to this forum but no 1st Gen Camaros. The 1968 that my Dad bought in January of that year still sits in its own garage at my house, his Protect-O-Plate in the glovebox. He passed in 2017, and gave me the Camaro for good in 1996. I drove it in high school, obviously. More to...
  3. Engine
    1968 Camaro Ls2 6 speed. The car was parked for about a month while I was working on my interior. Last night, I finally got the chance to move it. Turned it on multiple times.. all good. Turned it on this morning to go for an oil, coolant, radiator change etc.. everything was normal no idle...
  4. Camaro Tech
    Hello everyone, forgive me if I am on the wrong forum I am new here and looking for some help. My name is Hunter and I am 23 years old and I have always been a fan of Camaro's ever since I was in high school. I just bought a 2013 RS back in January as well. A coworker of mine has a 69 Camaro SS...
  5. Engine
    I've recently noticed this weird noise coming from the rear (after starting the car). Sounds like it's from the Fuel pump located under the tank. Is it the fuel pump? is that normal or concerning? What should I do? It's a new fuel pump post LS swap. Video below .. i hope the sound is clear over...
  6. Engine
    hey guys i usually change the engine oil on all my cars every 3,000-3,500 miles. For my GTR i usually change Transmission/Differential fluids every 10,000 miles. What about the Camaro? I have a T56 trans. How often do I have to change? any recommended brand? (street driven on weekends only) Thanks
  7. Body Shop
    I have a 68 Camaro and I am installing the steering column. the red firewall on the left is what my car currently has and the picture on the right is one of a 68 Camaro I found from classic industries. the steering column firewall plate I have for my car is the 3 hole design like on the right...
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