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Fits: 2010-2013 Chevrolet Camaro 2DR

PART# 108985

Type: Trunks
Retail: $499.00
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Fits: 2010-2013 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible

PART# 107503

Type: Trunks
Retail: $599.00
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Fits: 1982-1992 Chevrolet Camaro

PART# 106456

Type: Trunks
Retail: $699.00
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Fits: 2010-2013 Chevrolet Camaro

PART# 105827

Type: Trunks
Retail: $599.00
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Fits: 10-12 Chevrolet Camaro 2dr


Type: Trunks
Retail: $877.89
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Fits: 70-81 Chevrolet Camaro, 70-81 Pontiac Firebird

PART# 11500

Type: Trunks
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Fits: 67-69 Chevrolet Camaro


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Fits: 67-68 Camaro

PART# GMK4020721671

Type: Trunks
Retail: $34.95
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Fits: 2010 Camaro

PART# 010519

Type: Trunks
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Fits: 67-68 Camaro

PART# GMK402072867R

Type: Trunks
Retail: $41.95
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Fits: 67-68 Camaro

PART# GMK402073567L

Type: Trunks
Retail: $26.95
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At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Chevrolet Camaro trunks to ensure that you have every trunk option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Chevrolet Camaro trunks, so that whether you are looking for a Chevrolet Camaro carbon fiber trunk or a race fiberglass trunk lid or even trunk struts or hatch struts, we've got them for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Chevrolet Camaro trunk lid needs!

Your factory trunk lid or trunk floor may have seen better days and could even be a rusty mess just waiting to be retired, or you might just want to replace the trunk lid with a lightweight unit that will help your ride shed a few pounds. Either way, a new trunk will breathe new life into your ride's rear end. Wait, something about breathing and rear ends doesn't quite sound right, but trust us - it's a good thing!

Struts are a valuable piece of equipment for your hood(s), because they keep the hatch/trunk from falling down while you're trying to place a heavy load inside the car. Not only does this protect you from injury, but it ensures the facility of moving items to and from your car. Inevitably, the stock struts fail due to their frequent use. If you notice your trunk begin to sag while open, make sure to order a new set of struts to save yourself from future headache!
Swapping out your original trunk lid with a lightweight aftermarket trunk is a great way to even out your ride's weight distribution if it happens to be a bit back-heavy. In many cases, you'll have to disconnect your factory trunk springs or struts so that your trunk doesn't fly open if it's equipped with a remote trunk release. If you're installing a factory replacement trunk or trunk floor, be sure to line up everything carefully to maintain an original appearance.

Gas struts, though they have many names, are formally known in the industry as "Gas Charged Lift Supports". A fun tidbit in case you ever run into a pedantic mechanic.
Q: Why buy a carbon fiber trunk?
A: Carbon fiber trunks are a great buy if you want to enhance the appearance of your car and give it a unique, race look. Carbon fiber trunks are a relatively new modification option, and will truly make your car unique. Aside from the cosmetic upgrade they provide, they are a good buy if you're looking for a lightweight alternative from your heavy steel factory trunk.

Q: How do you install a carbon fiber trunk?
A: Carbon fiber trunks are usually OEM fit, which means for most you simply un-bolt your factory trunk and replace it with the new carbon fiber trunk using factory hinges. Also, keep in mind that you don't need to paint the carbon fiber trunk; it comes with a clear gelcoat finish that is exactly how you want it to look right when you receive it.

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