I owned one of these many moons ago. 77 Type LT. If there is a chrome molding around the windshield, you will need to remove this. They make a molding removal tool which you can purchase at NAPA. I would purchase this if you don't have one as you will more than likely bend the molding without it.
Once any molding is removed, use a razor blade on an edge (like next to a side window support). Remove the glue around the area and start working it under the edge. Once you get a small slit here is what you can do to make the job quicker. Get some very fine wire. Single strand, not multi strand. Steel wire works great. The stuff your looking for is like piano string or 12lb test fishing line. Than get yourself two pairs of vice-grips.
You'll need a friend for this part forward. Feed a 3ft section of wire through the crack you made in the adhesive. Use a screwdriver or something thin to help push it through. Have one person get inside and one outside and connect a pair of vice grips to both ends. Work together, one person hold and the other pull and it will cut through the adhesive. Do this all the way around the window. once you have gone all the way around, remove the wire and have the person on the inside carefully push out (use gloves just in case). Remove the old windshield.
Your not done yet. Now you have to go around and clean all the old adhesive off the frame. Once you feel you have it all, use an alcohol or mineral spirits and wipe it down. Let it dry. Pick up a windshield seal at an autoparts store and carefully unroll it around the window frame. Once it is all the way around and set on the same line as the old stuff was, get your friend again. One on each side and bring the windshield up. Carefully mindful of the alignment, gently press the windshield into the adhesive. If your in a cold climate you better do this in a heated garage. You can use a heat lamp or blow dryer to speed up the drying process. Put your moldings back on after a day and your good to go.
Remove the glove box it should be behind it this will take most of your day up
No, the steel bumpers from a 1977 Camaro will not fit in a 1978 Camaro, As the 1978 "Bumper" is part of the front end. Taking off the 1978 "Bumper" would mean cutting it off, which would make the car look like something else.
No, 74 on had the big 5mph bumpers, totaly different. Good news is you can sell that 73 and buy the other and have money left over.
1,8,4,3,6,5,7,2. From front to back, Driv. side- 1,3,5,7 Pass. side- 2,4,6,8.
No, they're from 2 totally different bodystyles
Bumblebee starts as a 1977 Camaro and transforms later in the movie to a 2008/2009 Camaro
Remove the grille and the core support and take a cherry picker and take it out the front. good luck. Not too bad!
I've been having trouble getting it straight too, but it was either a 1976 Chevy Camaro, or a 1977 z-28 Camaro. It was not a 1974, no matter what you hear.
Driver's side, on dash, next to windshield.
No, they are 2 different bodystyles
Between fender and wheel well on passenger side
Go to manheim gold .com as they give prices on old cars.
Just undo the headlight rings that surround them, should be three screws, cheers
figure a 20 gallon fuel tank at todays prices.
Front Page News was created in 1977.
The temperature sending unit on a 1977 302 engine is on the front. It is located in front of and to the right of the intake manifold.
On the dashboard, looking through the windshield, also is on the driver's door.
you have to drop exhaust be able to remove starter.
Four bolts hold the seats in. Pull the seat all the way forward & remove the two bolts behind the seat (one each side). Push the seat all the way back & remove the front bolts. The seat should come right out (mine did!).
The older radios are easy to remove. Pull the knobs off the front and there's nuts benind them. It should take a 9/16th deep barrell socket to remove them. There may be a bracket on the back of the radio in the dash. After that, pull it out from the rear and unplug the wires. That's it.