yes they are of the same generation of camaro so it should be interchangeable
It should. Both years are 3rd generation so it should fit in.
yes it will. any camaro door 82-92 should fit
Yes I have one in my 96 camaro and it is awesome!
should be the same thing.
should be 93-97 camaro. i don't believe firebird/trans ams will work
Any column from a 1982-92 Camaro/Firebird should work
I think the 2009 Camaro Price should range between $22,500.00 to 30,500.00.
yes it should as it's basically the same body.
on a '95 camaro the EGR valve should be next to the radiator hose
Any column from a 1993-2002 Camaro/Firebird should work
It should fit because they had the same front end from 82 - 90
The Camaro has about 230 hp and the mustang has 140 hp but besides that its all about the driver I beat an 02 mustang in my camaro in the 1/4 by almost 2 seconds Another answer well I am pretty sure ford re did the engine in 99 and the hp is 180hp and the camaro should be 200-210 camaro should when by 2 sec. at most.
a used camaro should cost somewhere in the 20000s in 5 years
I believe that the 5th gen 20'' rims will fit the 3rd gen Camaro. i know that they will fit the 4th gen so should fit the 3rd
If you have a 2.8 engine in your camaro it should bolt right up.
yes it should all be the same including wiring hookups from 82-92
The Camaro started using the 4L60-E in 1994, so that's what your 96 Camaro should be set up for already.
3.42 should be stock.
If you have all the front parts then yes, you should need to replace the headlights, fenders hood, and then the nose.
The starter on a 98 V6 Camaro should be on the side of the engine block. It is close to the rear at the bell housing.
Yes they should.
it should cause the iroc and the 94 camaro use the same transmission and the 94 v6 camaro transmission will fit the 94 z28 the only problem is that if you are a tire kicker and its a stick shift it wont hold up to the power but if its a automatic you should be fine