Chevrolet Camaro Wheels / Rims, Mirrors & Lights
Some automotive experts refer to the Chevy Camaro as a sports car on a budget and income within reach of those who earn decent wage and a working stiff-type salary! The ever-stylish Camaro, is a close sibling of the Pontiac Firebird and shares curves and cues in exterior detailing, contour and silhouette in common.
The Chevy Camaro convertibles that made their appearance in 1994 was a major development. There is a base Camaro V6, and the V8-powered Z28, that gets hearts racing even in the aftermarket, with memories and shared power-plant with the ever powerful and reliable Chevy Corvette.
User-friendly, with a sleek design and a 1998 nose-job, aluminum V8 was introduced with the re-made Corvette. When you review the manufacturer specification for one of the favorites in this Chevy performance car category, you will remember more that the simple body styling and rigidity.
Manufacturer OEM specification for 1994 CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28 convertible:
- Engine: (front engine/rear-wheel drive) 5.7-litre V8 with sequential port fuel injection; 275 hp at 5,000 rpm; torque rated at 325 lbs-ft at 4,000 rpm.
- Transmission: six-speed manual (four-speed electronic automatic is optional).
- Steering: rack-and-pinion, power-assisted.
- Brakes: power-assisted disc front/disc rear with standard anti-lock (ABS).
- Tires: P235/55R16.
- Fuel economy: (litres/100 km) 14.0 city/8.2 hwy.
- Wheelbase: 2,566 mm (101.1 in.).
- Curb weight: 1,591 kg. (3,500 lbs.).
If you wanted to ensure a better ride and handling on any model Chevy Camaro, spend some money and attention on the wheels a custom dollar spent here and there on a upgrade for your Chevy Camaro wheel, custom-fit rim, Chevy OEM wheel covers and accessories to match trim and accents on this sportiest of speeders, ,lights and mirrors also work to complete and integrate the look. Durable and safe, the Chevy Camaro lends itself well to automotive detailing and custom wheels upgrades.
The 2001 Chevy Camaro is by far the closest to upscale sport-racer that this car could come, also called or referred to by its nickname as the American pony car. Coupe and convertible models are available in a base and Z28 trim.
Option upgrades, include a SS Performance/Appearance Package that includes a rear spoiler and custom Chevy Camaro OEM 17-inch aluminum wheels shod with speed-rated Goodyear Eagle F1 tires, mounted on the corners. When looking at the car front to back, and side-to-side, it is the unique front and rear facial expression and rear spoiler extension that lingers in your minds-eye. For the base model a set of 16-inch aluminum Chevy alloy wheels with touring tires (standard on Z28s).
Steady evolution, ,gradual introduction of small changes characterizes the history of this vehicle, including optional, chromed aluminum 16-inch alloy wheels. Sloped nose profile and aerodynamic styling with the ten-spoke, 17-inch wheels and utterly narrow, oval headlights up front, making the car almost seem menacing and meaning business.