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1991 Chevrolet

Camaro Convertible


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Body Color
Engine Size
350 V8
Transmission Type
4 Speed Automatic

1991 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible

1991 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible

The name Camaro was reportedly derived from Heath's French and English Dictionary as a term that translated to "friend" or "comrade." Reporters were told by GM product managers that the term also meant "a small, vicious animal that eats Mustangs." And the stage for the rivalry was set.

For consignment, a 1991 version of the Camaro in convertible form. This car comes to us with a top to bottom rebuild, (and subsequent modification), of its 350 Vortec V8 engine, with a performance chip, fresh paint and interior, and a rebuilt A/C system, along with its long list of sporty attributes, good looks and great performance…Hey!! It's a Camaro!

This version of the sporty Camaro is bathed in Dark Teal Metallic and has straight steel with well minded gaps throughout. Paint looks great and the car was stripped to care metal prior to the respray. A neatly shaped front still retaining the throwback look from the originals but with a much more aero twist. No chrome, just the Dark Teal Metallic and some black accenting around the grille and headlights. A bit of aero styling can be seen on the front quarters and rockers and it's all Dark Teal. The top is a manual operated top and shows in black canvas with a clear rear glass window. When it's down a neat black plastic tonneau covering hides it nicely. On back a small spoiler and some triangular edged wrap around taillights. Also on the body matching neoprene bumper is an RS and bowtie badge in light blue decal format. Snazzy polished torque thrust 5 spoke wheels are now on all 4 corners and wrapped with like new Cooper Cobra rubber. The paint is all good with very few faults.

A swing of the sporty looking doors and we note plenty of aero molded plastic and vinyl mixing with some striped tweed broadcloth and black carpeting. A pale white and industrial look houses the door actuator, power window toggle and the mirror joystick. Slipping inside we shake hands and butts with nicely shaped racing style high back buckets that sport more striped tweed with a light background and some black accenting in cloth and a hint of vinyl in the centers. Black headrests and side bolsters add to the look. A matching rear 2 bucket seat/bench is in back. More beautifully molded and sculpted vinyl for the center console and dash which both make use of the undulating line where nothing is squared off, gosh I'm glad the 80's styling is gone! All clean and good looking for the dash, complete with a brushed stainless background for the white-faced instrument cluster. Black carpeting flooding the floors. Also noted is a killer stereo system with an AM/FM/CD player and some serious 600W subwoofers in the trunk!

Under the hood is a 350ci Vortec V8 that has a tricky performance chip installed. EFI is feeding the fossils to the modified mill, all going through a ported Edelbrock intake. On back is a 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission with a 2000rpm stall converter. Hooker Headers are on, and a 10-bolt 3.42 posi also aids with this moving forward task! The consignor states the power plant has approx 6K miles clocked on it since the rebuild. A new radiator is now in to keep this hot mill all cool and run the A/C on the hottest of days. I can tell you and you will see in the photos that this engine and bay is simply gorgeous!

A light peppering of surface rust is seen on a few cast suspension parts, but all unremarkable. The inner rear bumper support is suffering from invasive rust although the consignor has a new part that will come with the car. Otherwise, stamped steel floor pans and rockers with some light patina form age but no rust on these items. Independent front suspension, and a torque arm with coil springs are in back. Power disc brakes and power drum brakes provide the stopping power, and a clean stainless steel Magnaflow exhaust gives this engine plenty of pipe to exhale freely.

This car fired right up and on the test track performed as expected, with all functions working. Having driven many a Camaro here at Classic Auto Mall, I'd have to say I did notice more power than usual coming from this one. I could say the force is strong with this one! The trunk would not latch for me.

Virtually a like new car with all the rebuilt parts put on, new paint, new engine, and new interior. All looking just spiffy and ready to tear up any Mustang that it may encounter.

G-General Motors
3-Manual Belts, Driver's Airbag
E-305ci V8 EFI
6-Check Digit
L-Van Nuys, CA Assy Plant
133910-Sequential Unit Number

Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 600 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.