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I recently purchased a 1984 Camaro and the interior has been somewhat trashed. What I am looking for is a book or catalog that would direct me back to the original dash/interior. Someone began customizing the interior but it appears they were not very knowledgeable. Any ideas or information are greatly appreciated.

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You are in luck. Just like all things Corvette, all things Camaro are readily available. Classic industries CLICK HERE and Eckler's Camaro CLICK HERE have the parts you're looking for. You can order catalogs from them. As far as what the car looked like originally, your best bet is to do a Google search for Camaro owner's clubs.
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