Specifications for a 1973 Camaro?

Answer One of the most iconic American sports cars, Chevrolet first introduced the Camaro in 1967 in response to the Ford Mustang. Production continued through 2002 when Chevrolet stopped producing the Ca... Read More »

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What Is a 1973 Chevy Camaro Z-28?

The 1973 Chevrolet Camaro Z-28 was a performance option package for the Camaro. The Z-28 package often competed against the Super Sport option, which also featured performance equipment. However, C... Read More »

How to Adjust the Lifters on a 1973 Camaro?

Each of the engines installed in the Chevrolet Camaro during the 1973 model year were equipped with hydraulic valve lifters rather than with solid lifters. Aside from avoiding the noticeable tappin... Read More »

How to Install a Ball Joint on a 1973 Camaro?

The ball joints on your 1973 Chevrolet Camaro are the pivot points for the steering knuckles of the car. Each side has two, an upper and a lower ball joint. The steering knuckle is the suspension c... Read More »

How to Install Drum Brakes on a 1973 Camaro?

The drum-brake assemblies on your 1973 Chevy Camaro contain several parts to operate the brake shoes with the brake pedal under the instrument panel and the parking brake next to the driver. Severa... Read More »