It will depend on whether you are using an EFI or carburetor. EFI will mean replacing the wiring harness and computer. A Chevy V8 should fit, since V8 was an option. I have a 95 convertible and I want more power than the 3.4 as well. I was thinking though that the Buick V6 turbo might be an option. I'm pretty sure the mounts would change, but I think it should fit fine. The biggest problem I have is a place and time to do it. I haven't gone to a repair shop yet to get a price. If you visit http://www.hawksthirdgenparts.com/index.asp they have used components, including Camaro V8's with harness and computers for $500 - $1000. Jim Reid
it costs 10 dollars
While anything is possible, being that the Camaro is RWD and the Cobalt is a FWD car, it would be extraordinarily cost-prohibitive to do so, so the practical answer would be no.
I just got an estimate of $2200 for a complete rebuild of my Camaro 5.7L / 305
More than a custard cream ;)
Your question requires more information from you. What year and size is the motor. What is wrong with yours?
i just rebuilt a 350 cost with head work $600.00 and it was done right greg
A 1970 Chevrolet Camaro ranges in prices from $15,000 to $26,000 in Canadian dollars, which converts in euros would cost $11,066 to $19,181. These 70 Camaro's can be purchased from ebay.
About $600.00 at a local shop, and it would be both sides- effectively the heads being rebuilt. At a dealer, the cost would automatically be double the above amount.
about 650 to 900 used around 118k
Depends which one you have in mind. In 1995 the V6 came in two flavors, one which was a 3.4L OHV (over-head valve) and the other was the newly introduced 3.8L DOHC (dual overhead cam). Cost to rebuild the former would be less because of the nature of emission standards being what they were in the early nineties compared to what they were for the late 1995-2002 V6 version of the Camaro.