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1984 CHEVROLET CAMARO BERLINETTA    

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The Modification List

Exterior
Dark Green & Silver Metallic with Black & Gold Metallic Stripes
Daytona Turbo Fiber Glass Hood
86 IROC Locking T-Tops
95 Z28 Keyless Entry System
92 Z28 Body Molding
3rd Brake Light in Spoiler
Rear Wiper/Washer
Clear Front Corner Lamps
Rubberized Rocker Panels
Power Antenna
Chrome Grills
Fog Lights (Factory parts, custom installed)
Astra 3-Piece Rear-Louvers (Occasionally)


Interior
Black DELUXE "Camaro" Cloth Upholstery

DUEL Lier Siegler Conteur Bucket Seats ( from 84 Trans AM)
Split-Folding Rear Seats (Factory parts, custom installed)
Black 'Custom' Interior with Carpeted Panels
B&M T56 "Ripper" Short Throw Shifter
Hurst T56 "6-Speed" Shifter Ball
Intellitronix Performance Speedometer
V6 Berlinetta Dash Cluster (for higher RPM 'Yellow' Line !)
Canvas Hatchback Shade
Cloth T-Top Shades
'Twilight Sequential' R-V Mirror W/Duel Map Lights ( from Impala SS )
Leather Steering Wheel / E-Brake Handle
Roof Console With Flashlight & CHROME Swivel Light
Cupholders, Map Pockets on Each Door
Rubber 'Heartbeat' Floor Mats
Power Windows
Power Door Locks
Power Mirrors
Power Hatch Release
Cruise Control
Rear Defroster
Dakota Digital SGI5 and SGI-8,  ( to convert Tachometer and Speedometer signals )


Sound System
86 Berlinetta Cassette Player W/Equalizer
Pioneer 12 Disc CD Changer W/Wireless Remote
BOSE GOLD 8 Way Speaker System, (Factory parts, custom installed)
..... 2--4" in Dash
..... 2--4" in Factory Kick Panels
..... 2--6"x9's in Sail Panels
..... 2--6" Woofers in Factory Locking Hatch Cover


Engine
Aluminum Head LT1 from 1995 Z28
Full Fulcrum 1.6 Roller Rocker Arms
Corvette LT4 Composite Valve covers
LT4 Valve Spring Conversion
LT4 Knock Module for PCM

Custom Tuned PCM
160 Degree Thermostat
52MM Throttle Body
TPIS Air Foil

Holley LT1 Cold Air Induction
A/C Delete Pulley
Granitelli LT1 MAF sensor
TPI Specialties TB Air Foil
Dual Electric Cooling Fans
 
Poly Bushings Tranny mount, Torque Arm mount, Engine Mounts
A/C Delete Heater Box


Ignition
AC Delco Rapid Fire #14 Spark Plugs
Jegs 8mm Plug Wires
MSD Ignition Module
Re-built Optispark, Delco Cap / Rotor


Transmission
95 T56 6-Speed
Spoon T56 Cross-member for 82-92 Camaro
B&M "Trick Shift" Synthetic Fluid
Spec Stage 2 T56 Clutch Disk
ThirdGen Pedals, Fourth Gen Hydraulics
LT4 Pressure Plate


Rear Gears
1998 LS1 Rear End, Zexel Torsion POSI
Richmond 4.11 Gears
LT1/T56 Balanced Aluminum Driveshaft


Exhaust
Dyno Don's 1 3/4" Primary Polished Shorty Headers
Matching Dyno Don's Y-Pipe
Random Tech 3" high flow cat converter
Earls Header Gaskets
Flowmaster Cat-Back Exhaust
4" Chrome Tips (welded in)


Wheels / Tires
2" Skulte Wheels Spacers
99 Corvette C5 Wheels (17" front & 18" rear)
275/40/17" NITTO Extreme Z-Rated Tires (front)
285/35/18" NITTO Extreme Z-Rated Tires (rear)


Suspension/Brakes
1998 LS1 Front Disk Brake Conversion
1998 LS1 Rear Disk Brakes
Quick Ratio IROC Steering Box
Poly Bushings All 4 Sway bar End Links
Poly Bushings Front Control Arms
(86) IROC Front Sway Bar
(88) IROC Rear Sway bar
(86) IROC Factory Frame Rail Bracing (6 pcs)
(86) IROC "Wonder-Bar"
(86) IROC Torque Arm
Jegster Sub-Frame connectors (Bolted)
Moroso "Trick" Racing Springs
New HD Struts
New HD rear Shocks W/ Dirt Boots
Carbon Metallic Pads all around
Stainless Steel lines
Vette Products Tie Rod Links
 

 

Back Ground
This was my first ThirdGen Camaro.  It was bought in 1992 for $2500 with 74000 original miles on a completely stock Camaro Berlinetta. It has undergone MANY changes over the years and continues to be the car I thrive to drive as often as I can !  Just after rolling over 100K the car got it's first MAJOR overhaul with the installation of a 350HP 355ci ( built by Golens Engine Service ). That was back around 99 and the car became a "seasonal" car at that time.  I then added a 9-Bolt 3.70 Rear end and a T56 6-speed followed a few seasons later.  The Interior was built slowly over time and the seats were re-covered by a local upholstery shop using NOS fabric over 1984 Duel Trans Am LS Conteur Bucket seats.  ( Rear Seats are factory seats ).       

I was able to enjoy a few years  without any significant changes and it was great being able to enjoy the car for the entire season time and time again.  But - as is always the case -  The body took some abuse over the years and it's 10+ Y/O Green / Black Stripe paint needed to be fixed.  (Someone backed into the nose at a gas station and a bad storm blew the cars shelter around causing rear bumper and quarter panel damage. )  Since the car is no longer in service,...... I figured this would be the best time to do some additional mechanical adjustments too while I was at it !

'Mean Green" underwent a HUGE make-over in 2012.  The 355ci Carb engine was pulled and the Engine was converted to a 1995 Camaro Z28 LT1 power plant.  The T56 Tranny was retained, but a 1999 Trans Am  Zexel Torsion POSI rear end was installed.  Not only did  the rear gear get upgraded to 4.11's - but the "LS1" rear end Disk Brakes are a nice compliment to the "LS1 Front Brake upgrade installed a couple years back.

Not only did the car get a drive-train swap - but it also got a complete Paint Job too.  Sadly; the work was FAR from quality and the car will need to be completely re-stripped and re-painted.  The finish has/is blistering due to contamination..... appears to have occurred as water was trapped under the finish possible causes are condensation or thru the equipment.  It's VERY troubling due to the loss of MANY MONTHS of my labor - not to mention the $$ wasted on the Painter and materials,....... but I've got no choice - the car HAS to be re-stripped and re-painted ASAP.  

 

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