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Classic Industries Offers 1983-92 Camaro Shift Plates

CLASSIC INDUSTRIES OFFERS 1983-92 CAMARO SHIFT PLATES

Reproduction transmission shift plates feature correct texture, font, and appearance!

Huntington Beach, Calif. (February 8, 2012) – Classic Industries is proud to announce the addition of new product for the 1983-92 Camaro. As these third generation models transition from old cars into classics, it has become gradually harder and harder to find replacements for interior components that become faded and brittle over time. When faced with broken interior trim, many enthusiasts have been forced to journey through salvage yards in search of pieces that may be in no better condition than the part they are replacing. With more reproduction interior components hitting the market, it is now possible to get brand-new parts that will help bring any 1983-92 Camaro interior to showroom condition.

CLASSIC INDUSTRIES OFFERS 1983-92 CAMARO SHIFT PLATES

Reproduction transmission shift plates feature correct texture, font, and appearance!

Huntington Beach, Calif. (February 8, 2012) – Classic...

Nova Parts | 1966 Nova Headlamp Bezels

After supplying the hobby with '66 Nova headlamp bezels for years, our quality control team was forced to pump the brakes on these highly sought after bezel in 2008. After investing an enormous amount of R&D time and resources into this product, we are extremely pleased with the result and hope our valued customers will appreciate the difference that hard work and determination has made in the end result. We think it was well worth the wait and hope you will agree. In stock and ready to ship!

After supplying the hobby with '66 Nova headlamp bezels for years, our quality control team was forced to pump the brakes on these highly sought after bezel in 2008. After investing an enormous...

1970-73 F-Body Passenger Floor Pan | Without Converter Hump

"What happened to your floor?" is a question familiar to F-body owners. The catalytic converter hump in the right floor pan, just in front of the seat, has puzzled fans of symmetry and warmed the legs of passengers since 1974. Owners of (smog exempt) 2nd gen vehicles can replace their floor with the 70-73 version to delete the hump and gain valuable leg room, while 3rd and 4th gen owners are left to their own devices.

"What happened to your floor?" is a question familiar to F-body owners. The catalytic converter hump in the right floor pan, just in front of the seat, has puzzled fans of symmetry and warmed the...