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Old 05-21-2009, 09:02 PM
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1984 Camaro Dash

Anyone out there know where I can find a custom dash for my 1984 Camaro? As you may guess the old one is cracked. I have repaired the old one but hey are so weak in places I would prefer to change it to something custom.
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Old 05-22-2009, 06:15 PM
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i would recommend talking to third gen f body enthusiasts at one of the many third gen f body forum sites out there. i personally have owned many of these cars and still own an 82 trans am ws7 with PMD level III package and plan on always keeping it

i have no real experience with anything aftermarket for these cars for the most part, other than the th350 conversion i did on the t/a years back.

of course the dash will be cracked on this car 95% of them are and its a real problem, mine i just live with the two cracks i dont care and some day ill find a good one again for it.
the probelm with the 82 83 84 ones however is that only those three years are the same, 85-up changed sadly.
so it makes the early ones even more uncommon unique. also the bird ones and camaro ones differ as well. as do the consoles and such.

heres an '84 Z28 T tops L69 700r4 3.73 i had, it is one of many camaros i have had, thisone didnt have the original 305 in it but it ran very strong for some reason somehow. just another of a million other vehicles i wish i had kept.



anything mechanical or stock/factory in general you need to knwo about these cars at all just let me know

and welcome to HR forums

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Old 05-23-2009, 12:40 PM
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Check out Coverlay dash pad covers. 82 to 92 are all the same.
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Here are the places I go for 3rd gen parts.
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