yeah seeing as the only real differences between the two are interior and paneling on the outside the rest of it's the same but why would you want to put a firebird into a camaro should be what you ask yourself
A Y-body is a Corvette, an F-body is a Camaro/Firebird
this is for 84+ trans am/firebird/camaro $1500- barely running or really really good deal $2500- solid running car $3500- strong running w/ decent body and interior if you can go above that you will be able to find a 350 firebird/camaro or one with an engine swap.
F-Body WebsiteLot's of useful links for Camaro/Firebird enthusiasts.
The Chevrolet has been in continuous on and off production since its first model in 1967. The Camaro/Firebird (GM F-Body) did have a hiatus after model year 2002, with the then 5.7L LS1 series engine.
Yes it will fit, They are exactly the same body style
What parts??? Body, engine, suspension???
68-69 leaf springs from the Camaro, Firebird, and Nova I believe are all the same. It seems that maybe the Apollo and all those cars based on that Nova platform will work. I know for sure the Camaro and Firebird are interchangeable. The X-body platform....I'm not 100% sure of.
yes, body parts are completely compatible. many Camaro parts are also equally compatible.
Yes. The biggest difference is their looks. If you take care to get the trim package that matches engines and performance accessories, there isn't a large performance difference, although the firebird is slightly longer and about 50-60 lbs heavier. The firebird looks much more over-the top like a fast car. The camaro looks much more sleek and stylistic than the firebird. Also, the camaro has slightly more trunk space. However, since they are both F-Body GM performance cars, with the same engine, tranny,etc... they are very, very similar.
Ebay is great> LairdAnswerthere is a place in Oklahoma city that's called American camaro and firebird that can get them for you. AnswerThere's a company in North Carolina that specializes in F-Body parts (Camaro & Firebird). They carry all sorts of parts for many years of these cars. Check out their site http://www.fbodymotorsports.com
The fourth generation General Motors F-Body (Camaro/Firebird) was offered in multiple rear end gear ratios. These included 3.02, 3.42, and 3.73.
"A" body refers to the chassis or frame used by a manufacturer. One frame design may support different body styles. For instance a Firebird and Camaro shared the same frame.
It probably will as they probably used the same steering column. Most 4th generation F platforms (93-2002 Camaro/Firebird) have interchangeable parts. So, yes you can replace the steering column for a 1999 Camaro with a earlier 4th gen F body.
Pretty much what someone is willing to pay for it.
no more carburetors. fuel injected throttle body. throttle body is at the end of the air intake hose on the engine.
the mustang was created as a mid level car for younger people. the term "pony car" was coined from these, would later include the camaro and firebird, its been the dominant car in its class, especially since recently, the other cars competing with it, were taken out of production (camaro and firebird) in 2002 (final sale years for the f body) the camaro and firebirds sales combinaned, still sold only 1 car for every 4 mustangs sold.
I would think so. The 1982 to 1992 Camaro/Firebird are the same generation. There wasn't much that changed in the way of the body on the cars. They changed the front and rear bumbers/grills/lights around a little, but even these will swap from year to year in entirety.
No you can not this began in 94 when the body style first changed to 4th generation.........
Just an educated guess, but I believe all 1992 305 Camaro's had TBI (Throttle body Injection), the 1989 Firebird 305 does not, other then that I don't know of any difference unless you have a more specific question...
Most engine parts and allmost all body parts are interchangeable with some modification. Interior is all the same.
the engine coolant temperature senson is located just below the throttle body on the front of the engine
by body, vin ,badges ect..
AnswerIt's trim level. There are three trim levels for the Pontiac Firebird.Firebird (base)Firebird FormulaFirebird Trans AmFirebird GTA (Third Generation Only) (it's to the Trans Am as the IROC-Z is to the Z28)Generally, the higher trim levels offer more goodies and more power than lower trim levels.The second generation also had the Firebird Esprit.The Trans Am model included a stiffer suspension, larger engine (some years), and distinctive graphics.The Trans Am is a Firebird. It's an upgrade option. Usually includes upgrades including engine, suspension, body...(spoilers) etc.
Front side of the engine, directly underneath the throttle body in front of the plenum.