Our classic Camaro parts catalog offers you the simple option of searching for your desired part in the search bar. The number of results you will get is based off how specific your search is. For example, if you search "Camaro brakes", you will get every type of Camaro brakes we have to offer. But, if you search "1969 Camaro brakes", you will only get brakes that can be used on a 1969 Camaro. The more specific your search for your classic Camaro parts is, the more refined your search results will be.
Our classic Camaro parts online catalog offers another easy way to shop for your restoration parts. By selecting one of our many helpful categories, you will be taken to a new screen with more categories relating to the one you previously chose. As you continue to choose categories, they will become smaller and more specific to the part you are shopping for. For example, if you are looking for a front antenna for your 1968 Camaro, you simply select the "Radio & Audio Parts" category. From there you select the "Antennas" sub-category, which will take you to all of the antenna options we offer. Once you're there, simply find the exact model you're looking for and repeat the process for any other classic Camaro parts you are looking for to complete your project.
If you prefer to search for your classic Camaro parts using a physical catalog, please see the catalog section of our website (top right tab) and order yours today. In addition, we have made this same Camaro catalog available online for fast easy viewing. Click here to see the online version of our Camaro parts catalog.
At H&H Classic Parts, our mission is to provide you with the easiest and most efficient way to get the classic Camaro parts you need. We know how important our customers are, and it is our goal to make sure you, our customer, knows how much we value you and your business. We understand that when you need classic Camaro parts, you don't want to have to jump through hoops to get them; that's why we are always diligently working to make your purchasing experience with us better. We strive for excellence daily, because we know you deserve the highest quality and we will stop at nothing to ensure it for you. Our goal is to always put you, and your needs first.
Our Classic Camaro Parts Online Catalog structure is designed to give you several easy ways to search and shop for everything you need. We hope you found the classic Camaro parts you were looking for with us today and as always, we encourage you to submit an inquiry or call our store, Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm central standard time, at 479-787-5575. We want to help if you have further questions or would like help picking the correct part.
The Chevrolet Camaro was actually a rush job that was designed to rival the Ford Mustang. General Motor Corporation (GM) was desperate to attempt to challenge the Ford Mustang that took everyone by surprise. When the Ford Mustang was introduced, everyone was caught off guard, then wondered where Chevy's new rival car was to compete with the Ford Mustang. None of Chevy's current models made the cut, they all lacked a certain appeal that the Ford Mustang possessed. While there were rumors that a potential Chevy "Super Nova" could be in production, the idea for producing a new car did not truly go into effect until August of 1964. It was during this time that the Ford Mustang was deemed a true success, and Chevy rushed into trying to produce a car that could compete with it.
In the fall of 1967, a little more than two years later, the Chevrolet Camaro Sport Coupe was ready and on the market. Just over 220,000 Camaros were sold in its first year. This is compared to the 480,000 Mustangs sold in the same time period. Chevrolet also produced the Camaro convertible this same year, but only 25,141 convertibles were apart of this production. In 1968, Chevy decided to revamp the Camaro. "Astro Ventilation" was one of the major changes to the vehicle, this change eliminated the need for vent windows. For this vehicle, there were two options you could purchase; the RS option, or the SS option. Both options came with new taillights and grilles, but there were some differences. Purchasing the RS option included hidden headlights on your Camaro. Purchasing the SS option included black accents on the grille, red stripe tires, dual exhaust, and a returned suspension.
While there are many different styles and generations of Camaros, some proved to be more popular than others. The 1970 Camaro SS was one of the most popular Camaros ever produced, due to its intense horsepower and engine upgrade. The introduction of LT1 V8 arguably was one of the most important accomplishments in Chevrolet history. It was originally introduced in the Corvette, but switched over to the Camaro the same year. These are only some of the few most well-liked and best working Camaros that have been produced over the span of 52 years.