1994 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe US$15,900
- Year: 1994
- Location: Morgantown, United States
- Mileage: 156000 mi (251058 km)
- Gearbox: Automatic
- Fuel type: Petrol
- Color: Custom
- Car type: Coupe
- Engine: 8 Cylinder
- Interior color: Black
- VIN: 2G1FP22P6R2138903
- Condition: Used
- Internal Reference: 2981_2892
1994 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe
The name Camaro was reportedly derived from Heath's French and English Dictionary as a term that translated to "friend" or "comrade". Reporters were told by GM product managers that the term also meant "a small, vicious animal that eats Mustangs." And the stage for the rivalry was set.
For consignment, a 1994 version of the Camaro Coupe. This car comes to us with a top to bottom rebuild, (and subsequent modification), of its LT1 350 V8 engine, fresh paint and interior and a rebuilt A/C system, along with its long list of sporty attributes, good looks and great performance...Hey!! It's a Camaro!
This version of the sporty Camaro is bathed in Quasar Blue and has straight steel with well minded gaps throughout. A neatly shaped front still retaining the throwback look from the originals but with a much more aero twist. No chrome, just the Quasar Blue and some black accenting around the grille and headlights. A glass removable T top is on, and it is showing in smoked black. The B pillars are also in black. Just behind them is a nicely curved and long sloping greenhouse glass that leads us right up to the rear spoiler which neatly curves with the rear deck, and melts into the quarter panels. On back a rounded tail with seamless taillights and a black band with the C A M A R O badge embossed in the center of this black panel. Snazzy charcoal 5-spoke alloy wheels with a V star pattern are now on all 4 corners and wrapped with like new rubber. The Quasar Blue paint is all looking very deep with very few faults.
A swing of the black paneled sporty looking doors and we note plenty of aero molded plastic and vinyl mixing with some suede broadcloth and carpeting, a pull and some power function buttons, and we are anxious to slip inside. Doing so we slip into nicely shaped racing style high back buckets that sport white stitching throughout. These are covered in gray broadcloth and are looking not often used. In back a bench which is basically 2 more buckets split apart by the long hump making its way rearward. These are in excellent condition as well. More beautifully molded and sculpted vinyl for the center console and dash which both make use of the undulating line where nothing is squared off, (gosh I'm glad the 80's styling is gone!). All clean and good looking for the dash, instruments and black carpeting flooding the floors.
Under the hood is a 350ci LT-1 V8 that has a tricky cam installed, (.503i/.510e lift .224i/.230e duration), and the ability to punch out over 275hp. EFI is feeding the fossils to the modified mill, and on back a 4L60E 4-speed automatic transmission propels the car forward. Headers are on, and a 10-bolt 3.73 posi also aids with this moving forward task! The engine bay is unrestored and looking good for its age.
A light peppering of surface rust is seen on a few cast suspension parts, but all unremarkable. Otherwise, stamped steel floor pans and rockers with some light patina form age but no rust on these items. Independent front suspension, and a torque arm with coil springs are in back. Power disc brakes are all around, and a clean Flowmaster exhaust gives this engine plenty of pipe to exhale freely.
This car fired right up and on the test track performed as expected, with all functions working. Having driven many a Camaro here at Classic Auto Mall, I'd have to say I did notice more power than usual coming from this one. I could say the force is strong with this one!
Our consignor states a rebuilt engine with the new cam, headers, and all clean outside and in, a nice example of the Camaro from 1994. Is that a Quasar that just swept by?
2-Manual Belts, Front Airbags
P-350ci V8 LT1
2-St. Therese, Canada Assy Plant
138901-Sequential Unit Number
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This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is [hidden information] and our phone number is [hidden information]. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.
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