well then wheres the car I bet I can fix it up I right next to evit a college
hell they just threw that away. were they runnun for the border or what
Hey! Camaro fans (There is space in my heart for them also) I'm a Mopar guy and I hate to tell you, but this Camaro is not a '74. It is a '75-'77. If you look at the 'C-Pillar' it's straight up and down, not a fastback. The '74 was unique because it had the fastback with the different front and rear fascias and bumpers.
this is so sad. Wish I could go save it.
This is a 74-77. The front bumper tells it all. Look up any pic of a 74-77 and you will see. Bumpers on 70-73 are totally differnt than this one.
a good body save it these things can move
it is a1970 2 1974 rs or ss/rs body by fisher in 1970 only that was the fisher body i have 1in my backyard
The bumper is worth more then the whole car for scrap. China needs the aluminum to resell back to US for a big profit.
why is this camaro like this is looks terrible and sad.
It could be a '77. I've had a 77, 78, 79, and an '80. They didn't change over to the fiberglass front end until '78.
would make a good stock car
Instead of leaving the car out to rust, why not rebuild it, or give it to someone who can.
It is not a 77. 77's were the first year with the fiber glass front end. the back window wraps around so it has to be a 75 or 76.
Y DO THAT TO A CAMARO Y!!!!??
its a 77
looking for old camaros with aluminum bumper in C.A. or just bumpers or cars/part. (for race car) help! Marshall.