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1984 Chevrolet Camaro Sport Coupe (Survivor)

Last updated Jan 24, 2014  

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I have just recently arrived in my possession an 1984 Camaro sport coupe with a 2.5L Iron Duke. I met the previous owner of the car when I worked in Grumman Boat and Canoes, and after a few years of talking with him and working on him a little bit he decided to let the car go for 600 bucks. I t has been sitting in a garage for the last 15 years un-touched, un-molested. It is a factory 4 speed car with (what i'm sure to be original) 70k on the clock. Due to sitting it needs all the brakes and lines re-done. Fuel system needs to be cleaned and possible fuel pump replaced, it needs e-brake cables, most definitely a tune up and probably some other odds and ends I'm forgetting. the body is pretty straight and clean condition with some surface cancer starting to show it's ugly face, but it is all fixable right now. My future plans with it are to leave it unmolested and keep it all original. No motor swaps no crazy **** no nothing, this is a piece of history, never was a 4 cyl camaro offered and never will there be one again. I know I will get "oh put a 350 in that thing" or "hell no leave it alone". This is a rare car and I am honestly lucky to see one let alone own one.


Engine: 2.5L Iron Duke 4 Cyl ~92hp
Transmission: Muncie 4-speed not sure of the torque
3.42 rear ratio

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None and never will be! Well maybe not never but if there are, they will be small and un-noticeable that the only way to tell is to rip the thing apart...The only noticeable mod will be a stereo in it cause it doesn't have one but that is it.

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