Was 1979 a good year for Camaros?

Was 1979 a good year for Camaros?

1979 looked to be a fantastic year but teetered on the dumper with the gas crisis and problems with a certain peanut farmer. Despite the uncertaintly the 1979 Camaro set a sales record with 282,582 Camaros produced, including a record 84,877 Z28’s.

What are the changes to a 1979 Z28 Camaro?

Z-28 graphics changed for 1979, and instrument cluster & dash revised along with other ’79 Camaros. Headlight bezels and window trim were black anodized, not chrome. Functional “gill” style fender vents, and a non-functional “stinger” style hood scoop continued, along with a simulated Rope wrapped steering wheel, unique to the Z28.

Is a 1979 Camaro Berlinetta a rare car?

The 1979 Camaro Berlinetta was by no means a rare vehicle, with a production total of 67,236 cars rolling off the line. However, the market today seems to be dominated by the Z/28.

What is the engine code for a 1979 Camaro power team?

Engine Code Example:V0427DRL – (350ci – Assembled in Flint assembly plant on April 27) Click here for further engine decoding information 1979 Camaro Power Teams L-22 LG-3 LM-1 Z-28 250 305 350 350 3-and 4 speed

Where can I buy a 1979 Chevy Camaro Berlinetta?

Gateway Classic Cars of Detroit is proud to present this 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Berlinetta for sale. Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is proud to present this SWEET, low mile 1979 Chevrolet Cama Collectible Motor Car of Atlanta is pleased to offer this sweet 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z28.

What colors did the 1979 Rally Sport Camaro come in?

Option D35 sport mirrors, D80 rear spoiler and ZJ7 Rally Wheels were standard. Not available w/vinyl roof, not combinable with Z28 or Berlinetta model. Available lower body color choices were: Lt. Blue, Beige, Red, Silver, White & Bright Yellow. Click here to view a:1979 Rally Sport Camaro (GM Photo)| Nice Rally Sport Camaro